improbable; not naturally pertinent; being only remotely connected; forced; strained:
He brought in a far-fetched example in an effort to prove his point.
Can be confused
improbable in nature; unlikely
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Falling off one of these precipices didn't seem so far fetched.
Given how the photon is described, this isn't that far fetched.
If they are in a time-neutral or omnidirectional universe, then this is not so far fetched.
You're notion that so many people are racist is quite far fetched.
We have way too much to learn about the effect of radiation on living tissue to to make statements that are so far fetched.
Yet the idea that the firm will retreat to the periphery of the economy still looks far fetched.
Avoid counting everything in sight on the theory that a widely cast net will find some positive result, no matter how far fetched.