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Far Cry From


Far Cry From - very different from something or someone

  • My sister's car is a far cry from her old car.
  • Living in the city is a far cry from living a small town.
  • Working at home is a far cry from working in an office.
  • A luxury hotel is a far cry from where I am used to staying.
  • University is a far cry from high school.
  • My new house is a far cry from my old apartment.

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