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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfarthestfar‧thest1 /ˈfɑːðɪst $ ˈfɑːr-/ adverb  FARat or to the greatest distance away; a superlative form of ‘far syn furthest My sister was the one who travelled farthest.farthest away/apart etc She lived farthest away from school of all of us.
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farthestBarry lived on an estate on the side of Thirkett farthest away from Little Knoll.Vi took a corner seat farthest away from the door.There seemed to be a door cut into the wall that was farthest away from the window.Ten hours to Inverness, farthest of all - details he learned for an unwritten tale.The good old master volume slider sits farthest right.
farthestfarthest2 adjective  FARthe most distant; a superlative form of ‘far’ syn furthest the farthest corners of the globe
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farthestThe hangar doors on the farthest building had been opened to bring out the helicopter.They manufacture this liquid in nectaries that are usually located in the farthest depths of a flower.Astronomers bootstrap from nearby stars to more distant constellations to the farthest edges of the universe.At their farthest point from the Sun, at aphelion, most NEAs find themselves deep in the heart of the belt.