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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishafielda‧field /əˈfiːld/ adverb   far/further/farthest afield
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afieldThe package tour was not dead, it had gone up market and further afield.The epicentre was near Bishops Castle in Shropshire, but the shaking was felt as far afield as the intensity 2 area.Looking ahead, some of the best options further afield include a fly-drive to Florida for 14days for an amazing £249.As you travel farther afield, you find that none of these things is true.
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