far be it for me vs far be it from me : Common Errors in English

About far be it for me vs far be it from me

The mangled expression “far be it for me” is probably influenced by a similar saying: “it’s not for me to say.” The standard expression is “far be it from me” (may this possibility be far away from me).

far be it from me in News

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    Far be it from me to give an inch to Oprah Winfrey — I’ve never been a fan — but her OWN cable network’s deal to air repeats of online-only soaps “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” is a savvy business decision. Not only will it return both...
    on July 5, 2013 Source: New York Post

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