Is it so far fetched to have concern that this and future administrations would never push this limit further?
Nor is such a parallel as far fetched as might at first appear.
The imaginative will at once say that the contention is too far fetched.
And Dick thought his cousin's simile of the high Alps not too far fetched, after all.
It does seem a little "far fetched" in me when I come to consider the circumstances.
Yet the resemblance is far fetched, is only a hazy similarity.
It is sometimes called Bear's Cabbage, but this name is far fetched, both as regards bears and cabbages!
(There is a far fetched meaning of this passage given in the gloss).
He aimed for ever at something new, far fetched, ingenious, and pointed.
It is better to buy honour than to deserve it; for what is far fetched and dear bought is good for Ladies.