Far-off and Nearby

Far-off

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Far-off adjective – Not close in time or space.
Usage example: the impossibility of predicting what life will be like in the far-off future

Nearby is an antonym for far-off.
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Nearby

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Nearby adjective – Not being distant in time, space, or significance.
Usage example: grabbed the nearby quilt and gently laid it over the sleeping child

Far-off is an antonym for nearby.
Nearby Words: near, nearness
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  • Hope Spot You'd be alone in the kitchen, the twilight would be dwindling and you could hear the far-off cries of the other children playing nearby, and you knew that you'd be alone in the kitchen because it was your special treat time where the jelly would come out just for you.
    Source: Hope Spot
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