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- v. Past participle of farspeak
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The farspoken maunderings of the half-crazed Viking were mostly being broadcast through his torc on the uniquely human spectrum, and they were so chaotic that even human listeners would have been unlikely to expend the effort needed to decipher them.
Conflicting farspoken sentiments eddied around the little figure in the golden armor: some hostile, some mocking or fearful, but others ...
He said to her, "There came to me just now a farspoken message from my Lady Mother.
A farspoken warning once the thing is in train and she can't do anything to stop me. "