The definition of far-off is something remote or distant.
An example of far-off used as an adjective is the phrase far-off story, a story that is very different than the truth.
Remote in space or time.
(comparative more far-off, superlative most far-off)
- Remote, either in time or space.
- Alternative spelling of far-off.
- While many cruise lines feature special promotional rates on Hawaii cruises on their websites, if you are traveling from the East Coast or other far-off destinations, you might consider enlisting the help of a travel agent.
- Whether you're searching for driving directions to your destination or researching a far-off country, with so many maps available online, you're sure to find one that fits your needs.
- From holiday villas in far-off locations to mega-mansions in the Hollywood hills, celebrity houses are sure signs of opulence and wealth.
- The mind skills include far-seeing, fetching (making far-off things appear), far-speaking (broadcast telepathy) and so on.
- To turn from Ethics to Politics, the good of the individual on a small scale becomes on a large scale the good of the citizen and the state, whose end should be no far-off form of good, and no mere guarantee of rights, but the happiness of virtuous action, the life according to virtue, which is the general good of the citizen.