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Synonyms for far-fetched

conceived or done with no reference to reality or common sense

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As family, friends and other WASPs reminisced about Weigel at a brief service at Eternal Valley Memorial Park and later at Haire's Canyon Country home, the smuggling story didn't seem so far-fetched.
With the explosion of Internet usage in China, the potential for SINONET to become the leading ISP of China is not far-fetched.
If this seems far-fetched, consider the case of the Pakistani woman who tried to blackmail a University of California medical center with posting private patient medical records on the Internet.
His opinion might not be so far-fetched, at least according to a North Coast Section coach, who spoke to the Daily News on the condition of anonymity.
It's kind of one of those far-fetched ideas,'' said Rubinstein, a walk-on long-snapper.
Such a concept is not as far-fetched as it may sound.
But she never thought Athens was anything more than a far-fetched dream.
And apparently it does require a slavish attention to expensive designer brands and that each of the women learn something important, even though the movie is so far-fetched that it seems a bit much to ask that we swallow its stab at relevancy.
We've been discussing this for eight years so 60 days is far-fetched to decide to build a new terminal,'' he said.
It might not be far-fetched considering the Vipers have met every challenge while compiling a 20-1-1 overall record (they're 12-0-1 in CAHA play), including winning their own Toast of the Coast tournament last month.
The pace also helps smooth over the film's more far-fetched flights of fancy.
dagger][dagger] JORDAN, Sherryl Fish Tales Far-fetched and Foul Scholastic (NZ), 2013 125pp NZ$15.
It is important that these are deliverable solutions not somewhat far-fetched proposals reliant on the forced closure of a successful, privately owned airport.
This was so far-fetched it makes a Martina Cole book look like Chekhov.
CONSUMERS could save up to pounds 400 by ignoring far-fetched claims about products that do not work, says a consumer watchdog.