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Far Cry from

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It is a far cry from … to …; as, it is a far cry from Moses to Moses Montefiore, and from David to Disraeli, but they all were Jews, and had certain features in common. Sir Walter Scott several times uses the phrase “It’s a far cry to Lochow [Lochawe].” It is a far cry from OʹConnell to Kossuth.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Fang
Fangs
Fangled
Fanny Fern
Fantigue
Fantoccini [fanto-cheny]
Fantom-corn
Fantom-fellow
Fantom-flesh
Far and Away
Far Cry from
Far fetched
Far Gone
Far Niente
Farce
Farceur (The)
Farcy or Farcin (Latin, farcimen, a sausage, any stuffed meat)
Fare
Fare Well (To)
Farina
Farinata