Common misspellings for far:
befaor, for6, farliy, fau, for12, feard, afr, fae, fer, fearl, yofur, fairm, foour, har, farg, ferpa, faci, fra, faher, yar, faer, fal, furwe, fai, rar, ofeer, fas, ywar, fab, fawour, pharo, forwar, fao, faz, feare, affar, fak, 549ff, kar, darfar, yrar, xfer, fara, farir, faour, fgh, fcae, fdr, ffour, sfae, ghfgh, farma, sfear, fearc, nar, ar, fpr, fr, haor, fevar, fac, fowar, fasr, fard, safar, fair, yaer, fayre, futuar, farrah, foiur, bfor, frair, farao, 13dfor, fary, lfoor, varfy, 26bfor, fav, 2car, dar, fioor, fliar, fariy, famou, fam, farie, fooor, for15, faurd, fars, flaur, figuar, farey, farly, byfar, farse, fouor, ar15, raor, afair, 1car, facor, feaer, frr, fouir, faw, frear, sofar, fater, fark, fvor, zar, fiar, orfor, for4, ifor, 0ffer, fabor, farm3, ferar, sar, fator, fuard, faluir, fighr, facr, lar, femor, femar, fairto, farr, fari, faliar, fouur, faor, faser, ffy2006, fauz, fy2009, safair, falir, offar, 3car, farve, myfau, mefor, foyar, fawer, fiour, fairl, ofor, ufair, faec, fasia, fasir, nfour, facer, fouer, darfu, for2, foier, famr, famiar, var, falw, furoar, foard, fuher, ffair, warfar, fiary, feary, 2011for, fay, nfor, for10, fairi, faier, floar, flar, efor, fakur, futaur, feaher, flr, faery, waor, futar, offor, faluar, ficar, youfor, afaer, famu, qar, bifor, fbr, cfae, fair4, fairky, faar, fajr, farn, farge, febuar, farrai, fkoor, fmr, 2for, f0r, f9or, fah, fcor, ffor, fgor, fher, fir, fkor, fo9r, for0, for1, for16, fpor, gfor, hfor, jfor, kfor, pfor, rfor, sfor, 1fork, for, fy2010, war2, fafair, ffaire, fafaire, ffray, fafray, faire, faro, fabar, fare, farrie, farrier, farrio, farye, favaria, fayberry, fear, fear away, feauvoir, feaver away, feeper, feery, fehavior, fehaviour, feria, feroe, ferra, ferry, feware, fewray, fihar, fzr, fsr, fqr, fa5, fa4, dfar, fdar, vfar, fvar, gfar, fgar, tfar, ftar, rfar, frar, fazr, fsar, fwar, fawr, fqar, fafr, farf, fatr, fa5r, far5, fa4r, far4, ffar, fa2, f ar, fa r.
Definition of far:
- Farthest, furthest.
- A young pig, or a litter of pigs.
- A variety of buckwheat grown on poor lands in the south of Europe.
- Farther, further.
- remote in time; " if we could see far into the future"; " all that happened far in the past"
- to a considerable degree; very much; " a far far better thing that I do"; " felt far worse than yesterday"; " eyes far too close together"
- at or to a certain point or degree; " I can only go so far before I have to give up"; " how far can we get with this kind of argument?"
- to an advanced stage or point; " a young man who will go very far"
- To a great extent or distance of space; widely; as, we are separated far from each other.
- To a great distance in time from any point; remotely; as, he pushed his researches far into antiquity.
- In great part; as, the day is far spent.
- In a great proportion; by many degrees; very much; deeply; greatly.
- Remotely; very much; to a certain point or degree; to a great distance; widely.
- To a great distance in time, space, or proportion; remotely; considerably or in great part; very much; to a great height; to a certain point, degree, or distance.
- To a great distance or degree; by very much.
- From afar.
- To a great distance, in space, time, or proportion; remotely; interrogatively, to what distance; in great part; very much; to a certain point. By far, in a great degree; very much. From far, from a great distance; from a remote place. Far from, at a great distance. Far off, at or to a great distance. Far other, very different.
- Remotely; very much; in a great part, as, " the night is far spent".
- at a great distance in time or space or degree; " we come from a far country"; " far corners of the earth"; " the far future"; " a far journey"; " the far side of the road"; " far from the truth"; " far in the future"
- being of a considerable distance or length; " a far trek"
- beyond a norm in opinion or actions; " the far right"
- Distant in any direction; not near; remote; mutually separated by a wide space or extent.
- Remote from purpose; contrary to design or wishes; as, far be it from me to justify cruelty.
- Remote in affection or obedience; at a distance, morally or spiritually; t enmity with; alienated.
- Widely different in nature or quality; opposite in character.
- The more distant of two; as, the far side ( called also off side) of a horse, that is, the right side, or the one opposite to the rider when he mounts.
- Remote; distant; extending widely or at length; contrary to design or purpose.
- Remote; more distant of two; remote from or contrary to purpose or design.
- At, or to, a distance; very much.
- Distant; remote.
- Remote; distant; reaching a long way.
- Distant, in any direction; remote; remote from or contrary to design or wish; remote in affection or obedience; alienated; more distant of two.
- Distant; remote; more distant; remoter of the two.