extending over a great distance.
widely disbursed or distributed.
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How to use far-flung in a sentence
They allegedly ran their far-flung, online drug-slinging operation like a buttoned-down business—until it all unraveled.Feds Smoke Out Synthetic Weed Dealers’ Online Empire | Olivia Nuzzi | June 16, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
But the same meme has appeared in such far-flung places as Brunei, Kyrgyzstan (there it is again), Tanzania, and Jamaica.Americans Celebrating Our LGBT Victories Need To Be More Cognizant That Elsewhere, Repression Is Winning | Jay Michaelson | May 17, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
To be a great power with far-flung interests of different natures is to invite hypocrisy.
For over twenty years, he reported from far-flung destinations.
Those weeks of violence drove thousands of residents from the island city, seeking safety in far-flung suburbs.
Beneath its far-flung branches a syce was sitting in front of a finely-proportioned and unusually big Arab horse.The Red Year | Louis Tracy
Therefore, I smoked my cigarette without misgiving, and kept close watch for bobbing black dots against the far-flung green.Raw Gold | Bertrand W. Sinclair
The far-flung panorama behind the walls had a curiously peaceful aspect.The Red Year | Louis Tracy
Twice a year the Indians rounded up their range possessions, but many of these cattle had escaped the far-flung circles of riders.Mystery Ranch | Arthur Chapman
It must have been a far-flung romance, for the Craigs reputedly came from up in the Wind River district.David Lannarck, Midget | George S. Harney
British Dictionary definitions for far-flung
far distant; remote
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