How To Use Farfetched In A Sentence

  • a farfetched excuse
  • I am sorry to say that, though Arndt is no great poet and that his effort to stick to the rhyme scheme sometimes leads him to a certain farfetchedness, his version is, in general, much closer to Onegin than any of the others I have sampled and is likely to give the reader a better idea of what the poem sounds like in Russian than Nabokov's so tortured version. The Strange Case of Pushkin and Nabokov
  • Besides it is manifest that every firm proof must be drawn from intrinsical and necessary causes and not from signs and other farfetched arguments. The Theological Tractates and The Consolation of Philosophy
  • Calling the possibility of conflict of interest "farfetched," Ellis said he'd abstain from any vote involving Mexico. Fair Trade?
  • And I think you never outgrow your love for those imaginative, fanciful, farfetched, fantastic characters and situations.
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  • They call me Goddess, Angel, and court me with dainties fit for queens 'tables and farfetched wines such as unbend the soul from cares. The Beau Defeated: or, The Lucky Younger Brother
  • Times are tough across the nation, and fradulent claims abound from state to state, I think the idea of someone murdering a census worker for that reason is a little farfetched Live Blog from the Anchor Desk 09/25/09
  • That is not so farfetched a scenario, despite today's high - flying technology sector.
  • When Frank Merriam arrived at room 622 of the Ambassador Hotel for his audience with J.F.T. O'Connor, the emissary from the White House, the possibility that President Roosevelt might actually express support for his candidacy, once so farfetched it was laughable, now seemed within reach. Greg Mitchell: Dispatches From Incredible 1934 Campaign: When FDR Sold Out Upton Sinclair
  • The experts, including ESPN Bulls writer Nick Friedell, call the probability of a Melo-to-Chicago trade "farfetched" at this point. Kevin Allen: Carmelo Anthony Would Be Great for Chicago... And That's Not Good
  • And that is where the film begins to lose its reason and common sense, and tangles itself into a web of farfetchedness: Paste Magazine
  • However, in the case at hand, were Chen's remarks so farfetched that they warrant this kind of public bashing of his credibility and authority?
  • That, too, seems like it could be, you know, kind of farfetched right now because of this episode. CNN Transcript Aug 9, 2008
  • They called the prospects of U.S. success in Iraq "farfetched," writing: "We are skeptical of recent press coverage portraying the conflict as increasing manageable and feel it has neglected the mounting civil, political and social unrest we see every day. CNN Transcript Sep 14, 2007
  • This, of course, is farfetched from the minds of those who feel betrayed by the luxury of a temporal enjoyment vis-a-vis the spiritual importance of man's mental, physical and spiritual fervors. Restricted hands command glory in jail
  • Disregarding the knee jerk emotional reactions these questions might elicit from those whose concept of cosmology is based on bumper stickers and slogans, is it really that farfetched? Dark Awakenings and Cosmic Horror : The Lovecraft News Network
  • The farfetchedness of this story, plus the fact that no local veterans’ organization, the VFW, or the American Legion had any record of a Peter Patrick Francis Walsh, did not deter Dominici. The Lampshade
  • One of my wife's coworkers, an Orthodox Jew, believed that "farfetched" was a Yiddish word. Popular Posts Across MetaFilter
  • They called the prospects of U.S. success in Iraq "farfetched," writing: "We are skeptical of recent press coverage portraying the conflict as increasing manageable, and feel it has neglected the mounting civil, political and social unrest we see every day. CNN Transcript Sep 13, 2007
  • He explored ever-more-farfetched scenarios, including the possibility that my cell signal "intermingled" with the plane's communications. Archive 2008-08-01
  • Vanjoki, a Nokia executive vice-president, chuckles as he recalls the farfetched idea. Top Stories - Google News
  • It seems farfetched, but it's based on a physical principle called stochastic resonance. Steady There, Old Man
  • When you came to me and suggested that you should make two copies of everything, one correct, one a mass of incorrectness, I must admit that I thought the idea farfetched and unworkable. The Betrayal
  • This suggests the possibilities of weapons which today are considered to be "way out" or "blue sky" -- in short, farfetched. The Practical Values of Space Exploration Report of the Committee on Science and Astronautics, U.S. House of Representatives, Eighty-Sixth Congress, Second Session
  • Rains said Stein's argument was "farfetched" and he believed that "Mehserle made no statements or admissions on the form that are relevant to any issue in dispute in this trial. KPIX: Top Stories Videos

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