No farther
Farther Far"ther, adv. 1. At or to a greater distance; more remotely; beyond; as, let us rest with what we have, without looking farther. [1913 Webster]

2. Moreover; by way of progress in treating a subject; as, farther, let us consider the probable event. [1913 Webster]

{No farther}, (used elliptically for) go no farther; say no more, etc. [1913 Webster]

It will be dangerous to go on. No farther ! --Shak. [1913 Webster]


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  • no farther — forbidden to progress beyond a certain point …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Farther — Far ther, adv. 1. At or to a greater distance; more remotely; beyond; as, let us rest with what we have, without looking farther. [1913 Webster] 2. Moreover; by way of progress in treating a subject; as, farther, let us consider the probable… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • farther — far•ther [[t]ˈfɑr ðər[/t]] adv. compar. of far with farthest as superl. 1) at or to a greater distance: to run farther down the road[/ex] 2) at or to a more advanced point: to go no farther in one s graduate studies[/ex] 3) at or to a greater… …   From formal English to slang

  • farther — I. adverb Etymology: Middle English ferther, alteration of further Date: 14th century 1. at or to a greater distance or more advanced point < got no farther than the first page > < nothing could be farther from the truth > 2. to a greater degree… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • farther — /fahr dheuhr/, adv., compar. of far with farthest as superl. 1. at or to a greater distance: He went farther down the road. 2. at or to a more advanced point: They are going no farther in their studies. 3. at or to a greater degree or extent: The …   Universalium

  • farther — farther, further 1. general. Further is the older form, being recorded in Old English and probably related to our word forth, while farther is a Middle English variant of further; from this stage the two words came to be used as the comparative… …   Modern English usage

  • Farther Pomerania — or Further Pomerania ( de. Hinterpommern; pl. Pomorze Zachodnie) is a Pomeranian region roughly stretching from the Oder River in the West to Pomerelia in the East. The region correponds with the eastern part of the pre war Prussian Province of… …   Wikipedia

  • farther — farther, further are often used without distinction though originally different words, farther being the comparative of far and further, in its adverbial form (as an adjective, it is without a positive), being the comparative of fore or forth. At …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • farther — c.1300, variant of FURTHER (Cf. further) (q.v.), by 17c. it replaced ferrer as comparative of the descendant of O.E. fierr far (itself a comparative but no longer felt as one). Vowel change influenced by the root vowel, and confusion with M.E.… …   Etymology dictionary

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