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British Dictionary definitions for faur


  1. a Scot word for far
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Examples from the Web for faur

Historical Examples

  • "Her sister Phemie was faur cleverer than she was," said Jinnet.


    (AKA Hugh Foulis) Neil Munro

  • As a song composer Faur ranks with the highest in modern times.

    Music: An Art and a Language

    Walter Raymond Spalding

  • "Oh, ay; it's no' faur," he said airily, as he pointed in the direction of it.

    The Underworld</p>

    James C. Welsh

  • Indeed as a song-composer Faur may fairly be grouped with the great German masters.

    Music: An Art and a Language

    Walter Raymond Spalding

  • David turned appealingly to his other guests, Hudson and Faur, but they only looked uncomfortable.

    Category Phoenix

    Boyd Ellanby

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