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See Spanish definition of exagerado
- As a foreseeability issue it was far-fetched and fanciful.
- Your Honour, I do not know the full facts, but from the facts that your Honour has given me, it would not seem to be far-fetched or fanciful.
- Only when a risk becomes far-fetched or fanciful will the law refuse to acknowledge it.
- I find that the opposition to this bill is far-fetched, to the point of being ridiculous.
- But ornithologists believe these theories are far-fetched.
- If it sounds too far-fetched to be true, it's not.
- This gives the text a flare similar to that of a supermarket tabloid - eye-catching, but too far-fetched to be credible.
- In the end, I don't think that what I was thinking was quite so far-fetched, because the premise of this show is absolutely evil.
- The steady improvement in records of all sporting events may, at first glance, look like biological evolution at work, but that is far-fetched.
- While it sounds great it does also seem a bit far-fetched and of course there is the very real objection that what comes after corrupt monarchies might actually be worse.
- Quite frankly, it all sounded a little far-fetched as I read the back of my trial pack, but the idea of pheromones has always held something of a fascination to me.
- I have a theory, but it might sound really far-fetched.
- It's too far-fetched to imagine a conspiracy, of course.
- For Shanghai gourmets, the prospect of being able to enjoy authentic Egyptian food has always sounded a bit far-fetched.
- If this sounds a little far-fetched, just think about yourself.
- The theory is not as far-fetched as it would at first appear.
- It's far-fetched, of course, but not outside the realm of possibility.
- But being so explicit is not as far-fetched as one might think.
- Talk of people hacking into the system is not entirely far-fetched.
- Who knows, but what they propose is not as far-fetched as it sounds.
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