Definition for FAR-FETCH-ED


  1. Brought from a remote place. Whose pains have earned the far-fetched spoil. Milton.
  2. Studiously sought; not easily or naturally deduced or introduced; forced; strained. York with all his far-fetched policy. Shak. So we say, far-fetched arguments; far-fetched rhymes; far-fetched analogy. [Far-fet, the same, is not used.]

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