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  • n. the property of being remote


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  • Her brain willed her fingers to conquer their heaviness, their farawayness, and write:


  • A certain strange, farawayness of thought is apparent, and a grave tenderness that is not quite like anything he had previously written.

    Edward MacDowell

  • Just to test her, for there is something in the animation of her face and the farawayness of the eye that makes you suspect her sincerity, you say:

    The Wit and Humor of America, Volume IX (of X)

  • I have no further reason to deplore its farawayness.

    My Friend Prospero


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