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|comparative||farther or further|
|superlative||farthest or furthest|
The situation is bad in England, but it is far worse in Scotland.
The Prime Minister is far more interested in the vote.
There are more than 97 signatures, which is far above the required number.
The results were far below our expectations.
The issue is far too important to be discussed behind closed doors.
You eat far too much.
Do you think feminism has gone too far?
I realize that she wants to protect her children, but she's carrying it too far.
He even went as far as to accuse me of betraying him.
The bank had intended to be a global leader far into the next century.
A castle has stood on this site since as far back as 1230.
The date of an election is not normally announced so far in advance.
This is the British English definition of far. View American English definition of far.
an old word for a young woman who is not married