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Sentence count:53Posted:2017-04-02Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: superfluoussuperfluitylungflunklungeclungplungetake the plungeMeaning: adj. 1. distributed over a considerable extent 2. remote. 
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1. Email enables far-flung friends to keep in touch.
2. The news spread to all corners of our far-flung empire.
3. Her fame has reached the most far-flung corners of the globe.
4. Ferries are a lifeline to the far-flung corners of Scotland.
5. Our job is to organize the company's far-flung offices.
6. On a far-flung front we must wage war.
7. The company operates a number of far-flung offices.
8. On the contrary, far-flung, geographically dispersed organizations may remain centralized for some important business functions.
9. All the far-flung stars must be cataloged, so as to chart a course for sailors over the oceans of the Earth.
10. Instead of a single meeting place, we have far-flung, interactive telecommunications networks that extend for thousands of miles.
11. Participants come from nations as far-flung as Iceland and Japan.
12. The eldritch gulls, who navigate with their far-flung friends the rowdy sea-air above London, complicated the dream.
13. He's gone off hiking in some far-flung corner of Alaska.
14. Slowly the network fanned out, a loose, far-flung affiliation of daredevils and mavericks.
15. How do birds and fishes carry out their far-flung migrations, unless led by deities in their own image?
16. The Mormon commonwealth grew to encompass a far-flung but tightly integrated network of planned towns.
17. expeditions to the far-flung corners of the world.
18. The book also depicts scenes of Chinatowns in far-flung places like San Francisco, New York and Los Angeles, as well as in countries like Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and Vietnam.
19. Using his clipped voice and precise prose, he brings to life conflicts and tragedies from far-flung locations.
20. The system of counties was essential to Frankish government, and a count could wield considerable power, particularly in far-flung regions.
21. Dance artists are starting to appear regularly in these apparently far-flung corners of Britain.
22. In recent years, its growth has stalled as it focused on consolidating its far-flung empire into a unified national company.
23. Peter had bought the car from Cohn Crabbe, that inveterate discoverer of lost cars in far-flung places.
23. try its best to gather and make good sentences.
24. We think we know it all now, and banish our far-flung ideas from this world into Space.
25. So they can come with time off work and probably on an expense account, even to a far-flung location.
26. It will be difficult for him to enforce his writ in the far-flung reaches of the country.
27. So, sometimes running and sometimes walking, she made her way quickly across the far-flung heath.
28. One friend, a lawyer, swears by e-mail because it helps her keep in touch with far-flung friends.
29. New highways, like Dublin M50 beltway, are opening regularly, and even the most seemingly far-flung single-lane roads are well paved.
30. At Ebertfest I met Monica Valero, wife of my Far-Flung Correspondent Gerard, and through my blog I met Marie Haws and Kelly Eddington.
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