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far off or apart in space; not near at hand; remote or removed (often fol. by from )
a distant place; a town three miles distant from here.
apart or far off in time
distant centuries past.
remote or far apart in any respect
a distant relative.
reserved or aloof; not familiar or cordial
a distant greeting.
arriving from or going to a distance, as a communication, journey, etc.
I have here a distant letter from Japan.


adjacent , close , near , nearby , neighboring , friendly , kind , sympathetic , warm


abroad , abstracted , apart , a piece , arm’s length , asunder , away , backwoods , beyond range , far , far back , far-flung , far-off , farther , further , inaccessible , indirect , in the background , in the boonies , in the distance , in the sticks , isolated , middle of nowhere , not home , obscure , outlying , out of earshot , out of range , out of reach , out-of-the-way , remote , removed , retired , secluded , secret , separate , sequestered , telescopic , unapproachable , ways , wide of , yonder * , arrogant , ceremonious , cold , cool , formal , haughty , insociable , laid back , modest , offish , on ice , proud , put on airs , reserved , restrained , reticent , retiring , shy , solitary , standoff , standoffish , stiff , stuck-up * , uncompanionable , unconcerned , unfriendly , unsociable , uppity * , withdrawn , faraway , aloof , chill , chilly , uncommunicative , undemonstrative , afar , separated , uncordial

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