Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Obsolete or dialectal forms of farther, farthest.
“But farder vnderstand, that vulgar Practisers, haue Numbers, otherwise, in sundry Considerations: and extend their name farder, then to Numbers, whose least part is an _Vnit_.”
“Ai bin bery, bery busy wiv Mimi kitteh gettin “fixed”, farder-in-law in teh hostipal an gettin flat apartimen decormorated for sunkitteh ~ him startingz n00 job next Toosday, in Lundun.”
“Whiche euer the farder in, shall sieme I truste the more pleasaunte and fruictefulle.”
“Strangely, the verb in French to "wax" your cross-country skis is "farder" which sure sounds like "fart" so I spent the whole time, half grinning when the instructors continuously yelled at us to hurry up and FART!”
“-- "Qui pensent farder leur idolatrie par ces mots de Dulie et Latrie.”
“* Qui pensent farder leur idolatrie par ces mots de Dulie et Latrie:”
“Thay maid mentioun farder, how humblie thay had socht the”
“Notwithstanding, (Bishop Lesley continues,) whosone he come to London, the Queen of Ingland wald not suffer him to pas farder, but causit him returne agane in France, for that she affermit that he and Monsieur Rubie was the principall aucthoris of all the trubles quhilkis was in Scotland, betuix the Quene”
“And for the first it was concluded, that the Herauld should be stayed till farder determinatioun should be tacken.”
“Ingland was maid manifest, arryvit the Erle of Arrane, and adjoinit him selff to the Congregatioun, upoun farder promisses nor the  pretendit quarrell of religioun that was to be sett up be thame in authoratie, and sua to pervert the haill obedience.”
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