farfetched vs implausible what difference

what is difference between farfetched and implausible

English

Adjective

farfetched (comparative more farfetched, superlative most farfetched)

  1. Alternative spelling of far-fetched


English

Etymology

From im- +‎ plausible.

Adjective

implausible (comparative more implausible, superlative most implausible)

  1. Not plausible; unlikely; dubious.
    • 2008, February 17, Mark Liberman, “More on Harper”, Language Log,
      Harper finds the idea that Latin developed into the modern Romance languages too implausible to believe.

Synonyms

  • (not plausible): unplausible

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