EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FAR-FETCHED
To ascribe them specially to God would seem to us far-fetched.
It is a far-fetched idea; but still it is her idea and I must submit.
"Maybe my idea of asking for help wasn't so far-fetched," she said quietly.
“A far-fetched enough parallel,” I observed coldly to Marlow.
You may be right, of course, but it sounds kind of far-fetched to me.
They have no reasons to give—or their reasons are far-fetched.
Perhaps some will consider this interpretation too far-fetched to pass.
The issue seemed to him too far-fetched to warrant discussion.
Its moral is conventional, while the incident is too far-fetched for sympathy.
If all this sounds too far-fetched to bring about, that is because it is.