Definition of Farawayness
1. Noun. The property of being remote.
Generic synonyms: Distance
Specialized synonyms: Far Cry
Derivative terms: Far, Far, Far, Remote, Remote, Remote, Remote
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Literary usage of Farawayness
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Wit and Humor of America by Marshall Pinckney Wilder (1911)
"Just to test her, for there is something in the animation of her face and the farawayness of the eye that makes you suspect her sincerity, ..."
2. Retrospects and Prospects: Descriptive and Historical Essays by Sidney Lanier (1899)
"... raying out from the great faces of the elephants, and of mysterious farawayness conveyed by the bizarre postures of the sculptured figures on the walls. ..."
3. The New South: A Description of the Southern States, Noting Each State by M. B. Hillyard (1887)
"Here is a very happy bit of description from Lanier: " There is a certain large blandness in the atmosphere, a sense of farawayness in the wide water ..."