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Definition of "far and away" [far and away]

  • By a large degree or margin; greatly. (adverb)

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Use "far and away" in a sentence
  • "Clearly you and I will have to declare that those whom we old men adjudge victors ought to win; for our ways are far and away better than any which at present exist anywhere in the world."
  • "Termites, far and away the most successful animals in Australia, are the only ones that can eat and digest the most successful plant, spinifex, in its mature, tough form."
  • "The candidacy of Daniel S. Dickinson, of New York, had been so ably managed that he was far and away the favorite."
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