Synonyms and related words:
ace, auditory range, bit, bowshot, brief span, carrying distance, close quarters, close range, crack, earreach, gunshot, hair, hair space, hairbreadth, hairsbreadth, hearing, inch, little, little ways, pistol shot, range, reach, short distance, short piece, short way, sound, span, spitting distance, step

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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