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Very different from being; tending to the opposite of.‘conditions were far from satisfactory’
not, not at all, nowhere near, a long way from, the opposite ofView synonyms
- ‘However, the chances are something would get you in the end and it would be a far from peaceful way to go.’
- ‘Players are so in fear of stepping out of line off the pitch they are far from relaxed by the time they step onto it.’
- ‘I'd love to tell you all about it in fine detail but one-handed typing is far from fun.’
- ‘While this is a far from perfect democratic election, the genie may well be out of the bottle.’
- ‘To say that at most one person may have taken part in a more formal protest on a Saturday is far from the truth.’
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