Outside the currently selected segment in a segmented memory architecture. (adjective)
Distant in space, time or degree. (adverb)
To or from a great distance, time, or degree. (adverb)
Very much. (adverb)
spelt (type of wheat) (noun)
Examples of word far
Students after that age are far *far* better able to take responsibility and control of their own educations and lives.
I can't remember who pointed out in a livejournal discussion, but that's all I recall that these days the average 20-year-old man has seen far, *far* more women in porn than he has seen naked women in real life.
Personality cults weird me out far *far* more than religious ones.
That you want it to be harsher and more defined and far *far* less squishy.
No matter how far apart the suns are -- and Father explained to me one day that they are _far_ -- you can go between them faster than you can blink, as long as there's a gatestation at each end.