Definition of Farfetchedness

1. [n -ES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Farfetchedness

farewell
farewelled
farewelling
farewells
fareworthy
farfal
farfalle
farfalloni
farfals
farfara
farfel
farfels
farfet
farfetch
farfetched
farfetchedness (current term)
farfetches
farina
farina avenae
farina tritici
farinaceous
farinas
faring
farinha
farinhas
farinose
fario
farkakteh
farked

Literary usage of Farfetchedness

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1. Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, Volume 93 by Harvard University (1896)
"Frederic D. Allen. been troubled by the frigidity and farfetchedness of this comparison. Chin on hand is a common enough posture, which cannot have been ..."

2. The Theory of Determinants in the Historical Order of Development by Thomas Muir (1906)
"The mode of proof is interesting from its farfetchedness and ingenuity, but need not be given in full generality or in the original notation; ..."

3. Life of Bishop John Wordsworth by Edward William Watson (1915)
"... who recognised the charm of the lesser poet, was refractory in the case of Pindar. " I never got over the sense of strain and farfetchedness," he says. ..."

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