1. farther

adverb. ['ˈfɑːrðɝ'] to or at a greater extent or degree or a more advanced stage (further' is used more often thanfarther' in this abstract sense).


  • come up

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Rhymes with Farther

  • atither
  • bather
  • bather
  • bellwether
  • birdfeather
  • bither
  • blather
  • bother
  • breather
  • brother
  • cather
  • crowther
  • dither
  • fairbrother
  • fairweather
  • father
  • feather
  • forefather
  • futher
  • gather

Sentences with farther

1. Adverb, comparative
You might need to move your hands farther apart if you're unable to circle your arms around completely.

2. Adverb
This technique will give your drive more momentum and power, causing the ball to go farther.

3. Noun, singular or mass
Using cooler colors for farther mountains helps create the illusion of depth.

4. Verb, 3rd person singular present
Notice the difference when you hold the glass against the wall compared to when you hold it farther away.

Quotes about farther

1. The secret of success is to be in harmony with existence, to be always calm to let each wave of life wash us a little farther up the shore.
- Cyril Connolly

2. The sparrow that is twittering on the edge of my balcony is calling up to me this moment a world of memories that reach over half my lifetime, and a world of hope that stretches farther than any flight of sparrows.
- Donald G. Mitchell

3. I have always thought of poems as stepping stones in one's own sense of oneself. Every now and again, you write a poem that gives you self-respect and steadies your going a little bit farther out in the stream. At the same time, you have to conjure the next stepping stone because the stream, we hope, keeps flowing.
- Seamus Heaney

2. farther

adverb. ['ˈfɑːrðɝ'] to or at a greater distance in time or space (farther' is used more frequently thanfurther' in this physical sense).


  • move on

3. farther

adjective. ['ˈfɑːrðɝ'] more distant in especially space or time.


  • short

4. farther

adjective. ['ˈfɑːrðɝ'] more distant in especially degree.


  • further


  • left
  • moderate