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- adv. By a large degree or margin; greatly.
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- adv. by a considerable margin
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Clearly you and I will have to declare that those whom we old men adjudge victors ought to win; for our ways are far and away better than any which at present exist anywhere in the world.
Termites, far and away the most successful animals in Australia, are the only ones that can eat and digest the most successful plant, spinifex, in its mature, tough form.
Depending on which side of the street you were standing on, you could either walk up the steps that entered the Taft Hotel — far and away the most expensive and exclusive of the city’s hotels — or you could be dragged into an alley by any number of drug addicts, thieves, deviants, and murderers who preyed Shiloh Street.
Except for the fact that I hardly knew your Uncle Christian, I'm far and away the best suspect.
The candidacy of Daniel S. Dickinson, of New York, had been so ably managed that he was far and away the favorite.