far-fetched definition

  • adjective:
    • Not easily believable as a result of improbable elements therein: a far-fetched example; a far-fetched excuse.
    • introduced from far away.
    • unlikely; difficult to think; outlandish; crazy; not practical.
    • Not readily believable due to improbable elements therein: a far-fetched example; a far-fetched reason.
    • introduced from far.
    • Not likely; tough to think; outlandish; crazy; not practical.
    • perhaps not readily believable considering improbable elements therein: a far-fetched analogy; a far-fetched excuse.
    • introduced from a long way away.
    • improbable; difficult to believe; outlandish; wild; impractical.

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