[fahr-gawn, -gon] /ˈfɑrˈgɔn, -ˈgɒn/
approaching the end, as of life, duration, usefulness, etc.:
The sleeve is too far-gone to mend.
- Far from the madding crowd
To be “far from the madding crowd” is to be removed, either literally or figuratively, from the frenzied actions of any large crowd or from the bustle of civilization. (See also under “Literature in English.”) A phrase adapted from the “Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard,” by Thomas Gray: madding means “frenzied.” The lines containing […]
- Far from
see under far cry from
[fahr-fluhng] /ˈfɑrˈflʌŋ/ adjective 1. extending over a great distance. 2. widely disbursed or distributed. adjective 1. widely distributed 2. far distant; remote adj. 1895, from far + past tense of fling.
noun 1. an English chair of c1600 having no arms, a straight and low back, and a high seat.