farther definition

  • adverb:
    • To or at a far more remote or remote point: ran farther compared to the others.
    • To or at a more advanced point or stage: we went no further that time.
    • Usage Problem To a greater extent or degree: carried the theory farther.
    • To or at a more distant or remote point: ran further as compared to other people.
    • To or at a more advanced point or stage: I moved no further that time.
    • use Problem To a better level or degree: carried the idea farther.
    • comparative as a type of far: more far
    • At or even a better distance; even more from another location; beyond.
    • Moreover; by way of development in managing a subject.
    • relative kind of far: much more far
    • At or even to a higher length; even more from another location; beyond.
    • Additionally; by way of development in managing a topic.
    • to or at a better distance in time or space (`farther' is used more frequently than `further' inside real feeling)
    • to or at a greater level or degree or a far more advanced stage (`further' is employed more frequently than `farther' within abstract good sense)
    • to or at a larger distance eventually or room (`farther' is used with greater regularity than `further' inside physical good sense)
    • to or at a better level or degree or an even more advanced level stage (`further' can be used more regularly than `farther' inside abstract good sense)
    • To or at a more remote or remote point: ran farther compared to the other people.
    • To or at a far more higher level point or stage: I went no farther that day.
    • use Problem To a larger degree or level: transported the theory farther.
    • To or at a far more distant or remote point: ran farther compared to other individuals.
    • To or at an even more advanced level point or stage: we moved no farther that day.
    • consumption Problem To a better level or level: carried the theory farther.
    • comparative form of far: more far
    • relative kind of far: more far
    • At or even a larger length; even more from another location; beyond.
    • furthermore; through progress in treating an interest.
    • At or even a greater length; even more remotely; beyond.
    • more over; by way of progress in dealing with a subject.
    • to or at a larger length with time or space (`farther' is employed with greater regularity than `further' within physical good sense)
    • to or at a larger extent or level or a far more higher level phase (`further' can be used more often than `farther' inside abstract good sense)
    • to or at a better length eventually or room (`farther' is employed more frequently than `further' within real good sense)
    • to or at a larger degree or level or a more higher level phase (`further' is employed more regularly than `farther' in this abstract good sense)
  • adjective:
    • much more distant; remoter: the farther coast.
    • More distant; remoter: the further shore.
    • comparative form of far: much more far Of or related to being distant, or of higher length in level or of expansion with time.
    • much more remote; more distant than something different.
    • Tending to a larger distance; beyond a particular point; additional; further.
    • comparative as a type of far: more far Of or with respect to becoming distant, or of higher distance in degree or of expansion with time.
    • More remote; more remote than another thing.
    • looking after a higher length; beyond a specific point; additional; further.
    • more distant in specifically degree
    • much more distant in specifically area or time
    • more remote in specially level
    • more distant in specially space or time
    • More distant; remoter: the further coast.
    • comparative type of far: more far Of or pertaining to becoming remote, or of better length in level or of extension eventually.
    • More distant; remoter: the farther shore.
    • relative form of far: much more far Of or with respect to becoming distant, or of better length in degree or of expansion in time.
    • much more remote; more remote than another thing.
    • Tending to a larger length; beyond a certain point; extra; more.
    • much more remote; more remote than something different.
    • Tending to a higher distance; beyond a specific point; additional; further.
    • more distant in specially degree
    • much more distant in particularly degree
    • more remote in particularly area or time
    • much more distant in particularly room or time
  • verb-transitive:
    • to assist onward. [R.] See more.
    • to simply help onward. [R.] See further.
    • to greatly help onward. [R.] See more.
    • to simply help onward. [R.] See further.
  • others:
    • At or to a better distance; more distantly or remotely; past: as, be content without searching further.
    • To a larger degree or degree; more; additionally.
    • even more remote; more remote: as, Farther India.
    • Tending or reaching to a larger distance; further: as, here their farther development was stayed.
    • extra; increased.
    • Foreign; distant.
    • At or to a larger length; more distantly or from another location; past: as, be content without searching further.
    • To a larger level or extent; even more; additionally.
    • to market; advance; assist ahead. See more.
    • More remote; much more remote: as, Farther Asia.
    • Tending or reaching to a larger length; further: as, here their further progress ended up being stayed.
    • Additional; increased.
    • Foreign; remote.
    • to market; advance; assist ahead. See more.
    • At or to a greater distance; even more distantly or from another location; past: as, be content without looking further.
    • To a better degree or extent; more; also.
    • More remote; much more distant: as, Farther India.
    • Tending or achieving to a better length; more: as, here their further development was stayed.
    • Additional; increased.
    • At or even a better length; even more distantly or remotely; past: as, be content without searching farther.
    • international; distant.
    • To a higher level or degree; even more; also.
    • To promote; advance; assist forward. See more.
    • More remote; much more distant: as, Farther Asia.
    • Tending or reaching to a better distance; further: as, right here his farther development ended up being remained.
    • extra; increased.
    • Foreign; remote.
    • to advertise; advance; help forward. See more.

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