far

Far vs Against - What's the difference?

far | against |


As a noun far

is accident, anger, calamity or far can be sheep.

As a preposition against is

a close but separated relationship .

As a conjunction against is

(obsolete) by the time that (something happened); before.

As an adverb against is

in opposition to something.

Ancient vs Far - What's the difference?

ancient | far |


As nouns the difference between ancient and far

is that ancient is a person who is very old while far is accident, anger, calamity or far can be sheep.

As an adjective ancient

is having lasted from a remote period; having been of long duration; of great age; very old.

Distal vs Far - What's the difference?

distal | far |


As an adjective distal

is (anatomy|geology) remote from the point of attachment or origin; as, the distal end of a bone or muscle.

As a noun far is

accident, anger, calamity or far can be sheep.

Farce vs Far - What's the difference?

farce | far |


As nouns the difference between farce and far

is that farce is while far is accident, anger, calamity or far can be sheep.

Far vs Pristine - What's the difference?

far | pristine |


As a noun far

is accident, anger, calamity or far can be sheep.

As an adjective pristine is

unspoiled; still with its original purity; uncorrupted or unsullied or pristine can be relating to sawfishes of the family pristidae.

Far vs Now - What's the difference?

far | now |


As nouns the difference between far and now

is that far is accident, anger, calamity or far can be sheep while now is new moon.

Remotely vs Far - What's the difference?

remotely | far |


As an adverb remotely

is at a distance, far away.

As a noun far is

accident, anger, calamity or far can be sheep.

Faerie vs Far - What's the difference?

faerie | far |


As nouns the difference between faerie and far

is that faerie is while far is accident, anger, calamity or far can be sheep.

Yes vs Far - What's the difference?

yes | far |


As nouns the difference between yes and far

is that yes is an affirmative expression; an answer that shows agreement or acceptance while far is accident, anger, calamity or far can be sheep.

As an interjection yes

is used to express pleasure, joy, or great excitement.

As a verb yes

is (colloquial|transitive) to agree with, to affirm, to approve.

Father vs Far - What's the difference?

father | far |


As a proper noun father

is (christianity) god, the father of creation.

As a noun far is

accident, anger, calamity or far can be sheep.

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