far-fetched


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Douglas's first wife, and it would surely not be too far-fetched an inference that the V.
Neither is it a very far-fetched inference that a man who inherits one article of such value is pretty well provided for in other respects.
The reasoning was close and intense, but the deductions appeared to me to be far-fetched and exaggerated.
And often, --almost continually, indeed,--since then, the bees kept coming thither, Heaven knows why, or by what pertinacious desire, for far-fetched sweets, when, no doubt, there were broad clover-fields, and all kinds of garden growth, much nearer home than this.
It seemed far-fetched for her to sit thus and feel that drama was entering their hard lives when nothing had really happened, but nevertheless--she knew.
The missletoe is dependent on the apple and a few other trees, but can only in a far-fetched sense be said to struggle with these trees, for if too many of these parasites grow on the same tree, it will languish and die.
The fears of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) of a 'creeping dictatorship' under the Duterte administration amid moves to amend the 1987 Constitution was 'a far-fetched idea,' Malacanang said on Thursday.
May be that's why there's some self-directed humour too as Zac Efron casually says: "Everything you guys are talking about sounds like a really entertaining but far-fetched TV show.
dagger][dagger] JORDAN, Sherryl Fish Tales Far-fetched and Foul Scholastic (NZ), 2013 125pp NZ$15.
It is important that these are deliverable solutions not somewhat far-fetched proposals reliant on the forced closure of a successful, privately owned airport.
This was so far-fetched it makes a Martina Cole book look like Chekhov.
CONSUMERS could save up to pounds 400 by ignoring far-fetched claims about products that do not work, says a consumer watchdog.