faraway

[fahr-uh-wey]
adjective
1.
distant; remote: faraway lands.
2.
dreamy, preoccupied: a faraway look.

Origin:
1810–20; far + away

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faraway (ˈfɑːrəˌweɪ)
 
adj
1.  very distant; remote
2.  dreamy or absent-minded

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faraway
1816, from far + away.
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Example sentences
Conspiracy theorists will insist that an entire population was banished to a
  faraway island, where they step-danced to oblivion.
Students can easily ask parents or faraway friends to edit their term papers
  remotely without having to send clunky attachments.
The risk isn't confined to people living in faraway places.
The second call came from the chairman of a faraway comprehensive state
  university.
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