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1. so-called

adjective. ['ˈsoʊˈkɔld'] doubtful or suspect.

Synonyms

  • supposed
  • questionable

Antonyms

  • undeclared
  • empirical
  • probable

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Example sentences of the word so-far


1. Noun Phrase
Remember that you have, so far, only been hearing your child's side of the story.

2. Noun Phrase
The potential imprisonment and fines discussed so far relate to simple OWIs.

2. far-famed

adjective. widely known and esteemed.

Synonyms

  • celebrated
  • illustrious
  • notable
  • noted
  • famous
  • known
  • famed

Antonyms

  • inglorious
  • unworthy
  • unnoticeable
  • unacknowledged

3. far-off

adjective. very far away in space or time.

Synonyms

  • far

Antonyms

  • close
  • short

4. so-so

adjective. ['ˈsoʊˈsoʊ'] being neither good nor bad.

Synonyms

  • ordinary

Antonyms

  • heedful
  • partial

5. far

adjective. ['ˈfɑːr'] located at a great distance in time or space or degree.

Synonyms

  • far-off
  • utmost
  • out-of-the-way
  • outlying
  • off the beaten track
  • uttermost
  • remote
  • distant
  • farthest
  • distance
  • faraway
  • farther
  • furthermost
  • removed
  • cold
  • farthermost
  • further

Antonyms

  • mild
  • low
  • usual
  • proper

Etymology

  • feor (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

6. far

adjective. ['ˈfɑːr'] being of a considerable distance or length.

Antonyms

  • close

Etymology

  • feor (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

7. far

adjective. ['ˈfɑːr'] being the animal or vehicle on the right or being on the right side of an animal or vehicle.

Antonyms

  • likely

Etymology

  • feor (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

8. so

adverb. ['ˈsoʊ'] in the way indicated; (`thusly' is a nonstandard variant).

Synonyms

  • thus

Etymology

  • so (Middle English (1100-1500))

9. so

adverb. ['ˈsoʊ'] subsequently or soon afterward (often used as sentence connectors).

Synonyms

  • then
  • and then

Etymology

  • so (Middle English (1100-1500))

10. so

adverb. ['ˈsoʊ'] in truth (often tends to intensify).

Antonyms

  • present

Etymology

  • so (Middle English (1100-1500))
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