Questions tagged with farther

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Further vs. farther in Ford and Johnnie Walker ads
Ford and Johnnie Walker are using further in their ads. Is this a correct usage?
further farther Ford Johnnie Walker 0 votes, asked Oct 07 by Charles Stratton
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Farther (distance) / Further (time)
Here is a question with further and farther. The word farther relates the idea of more distance being covered, right? ...
farther further 0 votes, asked Sep 01 '13 by Chantal
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Whats wrong with Farther?
I had a friend who is in the university look at what I have so far of my autobiography. He ...
farther far 0 votes, asked Aug 28 '13 by Lina Newbride
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