Far-cry Sentence Examples
When the stream became visible, the flow was light, a far cry from the raging torrent Dean remembered from late spring when the melting snow increased the flow of the Uncompahgre a hundred fold.
It was a far cry from the woman who ran away screaming from the soul she accidentally touched last week or the goddess who would've commanded him rather than risk getting her hands dirty.
Jackson glanced at the sheet music then at her through dark lashes "This is a far cry from 'Happy Birthday'."
It was a far cry from New Orleans to Quebec. If France could link them by a chain of settlements and shut in the English to their narrow strip of Atlantic seaboard there was good promise that North America would be hers.
It is " a far cry " from Vanua Levu to Vancouver Island, and, ethnologically, the Ahts of the latter region are extremely remote from the Papuans with their mixture of Malay and Polynesian blood.Advertisement
Public opinion today, Saudis say, is a far cry from the largely passive acquiescence to a massive US military presence in 1991.
It's a far cry from the reality of war, but it feels less artificial.
A far cry from the romantic solo ballads to follow.
The yield of corn then was 30 bushels per acre, a far cry from the 150 bushels per acre, a far cry from the 150 bushels now.
Although criticized at the time for being too garish, it's a far cry from the bleak functionality of today's Budapest malls.Advertisement
A far cry from when this panorama could be snatched only by peering through a gap out over the old gasworks.
The only time I saw a far cry game was when some really nice geezer in the chat channel tried to help me.
The multiplayer portion of Far Cry is competent but not nearly as spectacular as the single-player game.
In later life he worked a market stall in Blackpool selling jewelry (a far cry from the boxing ring ).
Crysis is a sci-fi first-person shooter from the award-winning developer Crytek, the developers of the critically acclaimed Far Cry.Advertisement
It's a far cry from the freestanding arcade machines whose attributes remain relatively static.
In later life he worked a market stall in Blackpool selling jewelry (a far cry from the boxing ring).
Antonioni 's Italy is a far cry from the bucolic romanticism evoked by Florence.
It is a far cry from your average tinned skipjack tuna which tends to have a dry texture and bland taste.
Which is a far cry from the game 's storied development history.Advertisement
The film is set in Japan 's industrial heartlands, a far cry from the neon metropolis that often typifies Japanese urban settings.
Even so, it's still a far cry from the old-fashioned way of maintaining the box on your own, and it's a healthier environment for you and your cat.
Makeup fashion was a far cry from the pasty, painted, matte faces of the 50s' starlet era.
But it was her role as a nun (a far cry from the sexy roles she'd become famous for) in the gripping drama Dead Man Walking (1995) that finally got her the coveted Oscar.
At least until 2017, O.J. Simpson will be in prison, a far cry from the football star and likable personality he once was.Advertisement
Mississippi River cruises are a far cry from standard cruises, which typically take place onboard massive luxury liners.
A luxury dog bed is a far cry from the standard hearth rugs or stiff plastic/wicker baskets that have served as dog bedding for so long.
It is a far cry from the days when a plus sized woman was effectively considered "not allowed" to wear a bathing suit, or even go anywhere near the water.
On the contrary, sweater coats enjoy a free flowing type of fit - and they're a far cry from the shapeless, boxy styles that plus size women once had no choice but to wear.
With stylish actresses like Judi Dench, Julie Andrews and Cloris Leachman paving the way, short hair styles for older women are a far cry from frumpy and much more about the funky.
A far cry from today's admission prices, when Walt Disney World's original park (Magic Kingdom) opened for business in 1971, it cost an adult $3.50 for admittance.
There are only a couple of things different in Far Cry from every other FPS out there.
If you've played any other FPS shooter on the Xbox, then you'll feel right at home with Far Cry.
This can get intense because it plays like the single-player game in terms of suspense and stealth.Also, Far Cry includes a multiplayer level-editor.
The truth about home schooling is probably a far cry from what people think it is all about.
Even though she has yet to do any overtly sexy photo shoots, it's all definitely a far cry from little Ruthie Camden.
Originally made out of wood, they are obviously a far cry from the advanced material swimming fins are made of today.
The getup is a far cry from traditional Christmas costumes, such as snowmen, angels and reindeer.
This is a far cry from the friendly anonymity that sites like MPwH offer.
Dolce & Gabbana handbags are always a far cry from ordinary.
The idea of small Vietnamese children sweating over sewing machines for a dollar a day, some of whom are forced to live on the premises, is a far cry from fashionable.
Kooba is a far cry from the gleaming classic designs of Chanel or the avant-garde flamboyant styles of Dolce & Gabbanna.
Save for their 27"x 41" size (a standard that was set by no less than Thomas Edison), vintage movie posters are a far cry from the displays that adorn modern cineplexes.
The flat, straight wedge surface is surely a far cry from a teetering stiletto heel, and for some can even prove more comfortable than a low-profile pump.
They are fast, efficient, offer a significant reduction in the amount of pain experienced by the recipient and are a far cry from the ancient method of repeatedly poking the skin with sticks to create a design.
Some people incorporate both roses and hearts into tattoos which are a far cry from dainty and feminine.
These large novelty watches are a far cry from the tiny delicate watches that were once popular.
Kanye West - This video is done completely in animation, and the beat and vocal stylings of the song are a far cry from Allen's version.