Far and Nearby

Far

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Far adjective – Not close in time or space.
Usage example: the dream of someday sending manned spacecraft to explore the far reaches of our solar system

Nearby is an antonym for far in remote topic.
Nearby Words: fared, faring
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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 is an antonym for nearby in topics: adjoining, within reach.
Nearby Words: near, nearness
Antonyms for Nearby
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wall far wall nearby wall
ship far ship nearby ship
cities far cities nearby cities

Both words in one sentence

  • Video Game / Crusader Kings Displaced courtiers will also try to find a court that's most similar to their own culture and religion, which is usually fairly nearby but can end up being quite far afield indeed.
  • Talking Weapon Far from being a harmless annoyance for the player, the noise also tends to alert nearby hostiles to the wielder's presence.
  • Portal Cut This happened to a few nearby objects in Pebble in the Sky when Joseph Schwartz was suddenly transported into the far-future, as well.
    Source: Portal Cut
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Far & Nearby. N.p., 2016. Web. 22 Jan. 2021. <https://thesaurus.plus/related/far/nearby>.
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