Twenty-five years ago, the concept of Washington as a major fiscal center would have been far-fetched, even absurd.
And when you sort through all the angles on this one, Madame Justice Clinton is not really so far-fetched.
He devises a far-fetched plan to poison the monk through the mail, because he realizes that he cannot kill the man face-to-face.
This notion might, of course, strike some of us as far-fetched, not least because India seems so unprepared for such a role.
And he actually touches upon something that Walt realizes is not as far-fetched and a long shot but it just might work.
Fanciful, metaphorical, or far-fetched interpretations are never applied to the words of a will.
You'll think this a far-fetched theory, but I believe it to be the true one.
So Aunt Rebecca's allusion to desperate characters had not been so far-fetched, after all.
He can bring a tune over the seas, and thinks it more excellent because far-fetched.
It was a far-fetched program when compared with the original; but circumstances compelled it.