At or to a great distance; far away.
From middle english afarre, from old english æferran ("further off, more remote"), equivalent to a- + far.
- I could see the ship afar off on the horizon.
- The city is situated afar in the mountains.
- He was standing afar and watching the game.
- She could see the lights of the city afar.
- The plane was flying afar in the sky.