* DISTANCE *
LI a Chinese unit of distance [n -S]
FAR at or to a great distance [adv FARTHER, FARTHEST or FURTHER, FURTHEST]
MIL a unit of length [n -S]
AFAR a great distance [n -S]
FOOT the terminal part of the leg on which the body stands and moves [n FEET] / to {walk=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S], FOOTY
HIKE to walk a long distance [v HIKED, HIKING, HIKES]
INCH to move very slowly [v -ED, -ING, -ES] : INCHER(s)
KILO a kilogram or kilometer [n KILOS]
KLIK {klick=n} [n -S]
LONG extending for a considerable distance [adj LONGER, LONGEST] / to desire strongly [v -ED, -ING, -S]
MILE a unit of distance [n -S]
NEAR situated within a short distance [adj NEARER, NEAREST] / to {approach=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S]
WALK to advance on foot [v -ED, -ING, -S] : WALKABLE [adj]
STEP to move by lifting the foot and setting it down in another place [v STEPPED, STEPPING, STEPS]
VARA a Spanish unit of length [n -S]
YARD to put in a yard (a tract of ground adjacent to a building) [v -ED, -ING, -S] : YARDER(s)
AFOOT on foot [adv]
BRAZA a Spanish unit of length [n -S]
CUBIT an ancient measure of length [n -S] : CUBITAL [adj]
ELOIN to {eloign=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] : ELOINMENT(s), ELOINER(s)
FERMI a unit of length [n -S]
FOOTY {paltry=adj} [adj -TIER, -TIEST]
KLICK a kilometer [n -S] : KLIK(s)
METER to measure by mechanical means [v -ED, -ING, -S]
METRE to {meter=v} [v -TRED, -TRING, -TRES]
SHORT having little length [adj SHORTER, SHORTEST] / to cause a type of electrical malfunction in [v -ED, -ING, -S]
STADE an ancient Greek unit of length [n -S]
VERST a Russian measure of distance [n -S] : VERSTE(s)
BICRON one billionth of a meter [n -S]
ELOIGN to remove to a distant place [v -ED, -ING, -S] : ELOIN, ELOIGNER(s)
FOOTER one that {walks=v} [n -S]
INCHER something having a specified number of inches [n -S]
LENGTH the longer or longest dimension of an object [n -S]
LONGLY for a considerable distance [adv]
MICRON a unit of length [n -S or MICRA] : MIKRON
MIDDLE to place in the middle (the area or point equidistant from extremes or limits) [v -DLED, -DLING, -DLES]
MIKRON {micron=n} [n -S or MIKRA]
MILAGE {mileage=n} [n -S]
MORGAN a unit of distance between genes [n -S] : CENTIMORGAN(s)
PARSEC a unit of astronomical distance [n -S] : SECPAR(s)
SECPAR a {parsec=n} [n -S]
STADIA a method of surveying distances [n -S]
SURVEY to determine the boundaries, area, or elevations of by measuring angles and distances [v -ED, -ING, -S]
VERSTE {verst=n} [n -S]
YARDER one having a specified number of yards in length [n -S]
BOWSHOT the distance an arrow is shot [n -S]
DISTANT far off or apart [adj], DISTANTLY [adv]
ELOINER one that {eloins=v} [n -S]
ENDLONG lengthwise [adv]
FARAWAY {distant=adj} [adj]
FOOTAGE a length or quantity expressed in feet [n -S]
FURLONG a unit of distance [n -S]
HIPLINE the distance around the hips [n -S]
LENGTHY very long [adj LENGTHIER, LENGTHIEST]
MILEAGE total distance expressed in miles [n -S] : MILAGE(S)
OVERFAR too great in distance, extent, or degree [adj]
SEXTANT an instrument for measuring angular distances [n -S]
SPACING the distance between any two objects [n -S]
YARDAGE the use of an enclosure for livestock at a railroad station [n -S]
ANGSTROM a unit of length [n -S]
AWAYNESS the state of being distant [n -ES]
BUSTLINE the distance around the bust (the upper torso of a woman) [n -S]
DISTANCE to leave behind [v -TANCED, -TANCING, -TANCES]
ELOIGNER one that {eloigns=v} [n -S]
INCHMEAL little by little [adv]
INCHWORM a type of worm [n -S]
LONGJUMP to jump for distance from a running start [v -ED, -ING, -S]
MARATHON a long-distance race [n -S]
METERAGE the process of metering [n -S]
MILEPOST a post indicating distance in miles [n -S]
ODOGRAPH an {odometer=n} [n -S]
ODOMETER a device for measuring distance traveled [n -S]
ODOMETRY the process of using an odometer [n -TRIES]
PARASANG a Persian unit of distance [n -S]
SPANWORM an {inchworm=n} [n -S]
TAPELINE a tape for measuring distances [n -S]
WINGSPAN the distance from the tip of one of a pair of wings to that of the other [n -S]
YARDLAND an old English unit of land measure [n -S]
YARDWAND a measuring stick [n -S]
ALTIMETER [n -S]
ALTIMETRY [n -TRIES]
DECAMETER [n -S] DECAMETRIC : DECAMETER DEKAMETER DEKAMETRE
DECIMETER [n -S]
DECIMETRE [n -S]
DEKAMETER [n -S] DEKAMETRIC : DECAMETER DEKAMETER DEKAMETRE
DEKAMETRE [n -S] DEKAMETRIC : DECAMETER DEKAMETER DEKAMETRE
ELOINMENT [n -S]
KILOMETER [n -S]
KILOMETRE [n -S]
MICROINCH [n -ES]
MICRONIZE [v -ZED, -ZING, -S]
NANOMETER [n -S]
NANOMETRE [n -S]
PEDOMETER [n -S]
PICOMETER [n -S]
PICOMETRE [n -S]
SUBMICRON [adj]
YARDSTICK [n -S] : YARDWAND(s)
CENTIMETER [n -S]
CYCLOMETER [n -S]
HECTOMETER [n -S]
KILOPARSEC [n -S]
MEGAPARSEC [n -S]
METERSTICK [n -S]
MICROMETER [n -S]
MILLIMETER [n -S]
WAVELENGTH [n -S]
CENTIMORGAN [n -S]
DISTANTNESS [n -ES]
EQUIDISTANT [adj] : EQUIDISTANTLY [adv]
MILLIMICRON [n -S]
OUTDISTANCE [v -TANCED, -TANCING, -TANCES]
SPEEDOMETER [n -S]
TELLUROMETER a microwave distance measuring device [n -S]
ULTRADISTANT
SUBMILLIMETER
ULTRADISTANCE [adj]
* List compiled from OWL2 + Long List by Rebecca Slivka