far-off

[fahr-awf, -of]
adjective
distant; remote.

Origin:
1580–90

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far-off
 
adj
remote in space or time; distant

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Example sentences
There it would stand, all alone, as a distant ghostly eminence above the
  far-off horizon.
At the tip is an optical sensor, that can detect a laser beam being shone on a
  far-off target.
The human observer seemed as far-off to the spider as telescopic objects seem
  to us.
The lucky few who get jobs are often being told to find something else to do
  for now, and report for duty on some far-off date.
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