Origin of far-fetched
OTHER WORDS FROM far-fetchedfar-fetchedness, farfetchedness, noun
How to use far-fetched in a sentence
While the comparison between Joffrey and Justin may seem cruel, it may not be so farfetched.Justin Bieber Meets ‘Game of Thrones’ with ‘Joffrey Bieber’ Tumblr|Anna Klassen|May 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Predicting Palestinian genocide of Jews under a one-state solution is a mite farfetched, I would submit.
“Rahm running for president is not as farfetched as it might sound,” Sabato said.Rahm Emanuel May Be Toying With 2016 Presidential Run|Lloyd Grove|February 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Clothes came down the runway in a variety of splashy colors, with elaborate brocades and farfetched inspirations.6 Lessons From The Spring Runways: New York Fashion Week Spring Summer 2013|Isabel Wilkinson, Lizzie Crocker|September 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
For a girl growing up in Hong Kong 15 years ago, being an artist was a farfetched notion.
They will persist in quoting Mill's farfetched eulogy, without referring to other passages in the essay On Liberty.Flowers of Freethought|George W. Foote
The resemblance, however, is rather farfetched, and moreover this same name is found on Keowee river in South Carolina.Myths of the Cherokee|James Mooney
Then a scene ensued that if put upon the stage would be deemed farfetched, if not incredible.Bidwell's Travels, from Wall Street to London Prison|Austin Biron Bidwell
And, if he owed her any debt of honor, no matter how farfetched and fantastic, it was canceled now.The Woman-Haters|Joseph C. Lincoln
That it should be taken by the whole outfit as a broad hint to ask no questions seemed to him rather farfetched.Cow-Country|B. M. Bower