by far and away vs by far, far and away : Common Errors in English

About by far and away vs by far, far and away

You could say that Halloween is by far your favorite holiday, or you can say that it’s far and away your favorite holiday; but if you combine the two expressions and say “by far and away” you’ll annoy some people and puzzle others who can’t figure out why it doesn’t sound quite right.

by far and away in News

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    NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- The first half of the trading year ended on Friday. Table 1 shows the index returns of the world's major equity markets. Japan's Nikkei was by far and away the first half winner despite that country's 25-year struggle with economic stagnation. Yet, don't let that 33% market index return fool you -- just over a month ago that index return was more than 50%. Another ...
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