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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishafara‧far /əˈfɑː $ əˈfɑːr/ adverb literary   from afar
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afarBut not today, I can see that from afar.By Wednesday night, we could hear the sounds of cannons from afar.This burning, lighting up the sky, would be seen from afar.Yet the Master's mind reached out afar.She'd distrusted him from afar, for some time, even before leaving London, before ever setting eyes on him.From afar, he saw the Mount of the Beatitudes.One of the advantages of the belt is that the animals are easily visible from afar in the gloom in rough country.From afar, or even up close, the bridge is nothing more than a thin, unsteady shimmer of bamboo.
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