far piece

far piece

n. Chiefly Southern & Midwestern US
A long distance.
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This simple paradise is a far piece from the world we currently live in.
While I may be swayed on this by my own experience, print journalism, admittedly financially distressed, is still a far piece from being an oxymoron.
Exceptionally, two of the pieces Birch and Far Piece were made from ribbon-like strips of thin clay stratified into brittle bark.
Citizens/journalists are taking up the ball dropped on purpose by the information class and welding bottom-up activism to journalism (this is "a far piece" from the top-down public journalism being purveyed by the information class).
The prevailing moderation is a far piece from the harsher critiques of liberalism once common on both Left and Right.
Thirty-five measured yards is a far piece, and most upland birds are killed within this range.