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Adverb
In an outrageous manner
“What made him think of such an outrageously absurd idea I can't say for sure.”
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To an excessive degree
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To a very large or great degree
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“Given what was going on, it was an outrageous expenditure of their money.”
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In an absurd fashion, typically lacking in sense or rationality
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“Giorgio has been widely ridiculed for his outrageous theories about ancient aliens building the great pyramids.”
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Adverb for characterized by wickedness or brutality
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In a shameful manner
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“These men did things far more shameful and outrageous than any oligarchy in the world.”
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Adverb for very showy or gaudy in appearance
“He also became famous for his theatrical stage presence, dressing in outrageous costumes.”
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Adverb for boldly audacious or impudent in nature or manner
“That kiss had been an outrageous attempt at domination, yet she wanted him to kiss her like that again.”
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Adverb for shockingly bad or unpleasant to the senses
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“I must apologize for my outrageous behavior, Lady Rosemoor, but your stubborn daughter leaves me no choice.”
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Adverb for very bad or immoral in nature, behavior or conduct
“Those who have such testimonies include not only alcoholics and drug addicts and people who have lived in outrageous immorality, but also people whose habits are less spectacular but no less sinful.”
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Adverb for causing someone to feel resentful, upset, or annoyed
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“Lord Coddleston, a man old enough to be her grandfather, had just ruined her teatime with an outrageous comment about her child-bearing prospects.”
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Adverb for harsh or severe in one's treatment or handling of others or of matters
“Now, with the nation taking outrageous measures to control supply, an ugly trade war could loom on the horizon.”
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Adverb for extreme or radical in one's views or opinions
“Anyone can use these strategies to hijack attention and promote a misleading narrative, a hyperbolic story, or an outrageous ideology.”
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Adverb for very expensive in price
“These mechanics are known to charge outrageous prices for car repairs.”
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Adverb for unreasonable or inappropriate in magnitude
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Adverb for inhumanly or outrageously evil or immorally wrong
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Adverb for causing or inspiring fear, dread or alarm
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Adverb for much too high, especially in price
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Adverb for bearing good value, worth or reliability
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Adverb for showing no shame or embarrassment
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Adverb for unimportant
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Adverb for expensive, dear
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Adverb for not restrained, restricted or controlled
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Adverb for causing anger, offense, or a strong negative reaction
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(of clothing, decorations, etc.) Adverb for having tastelessly contrasting colors or patterns
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Adverb for great, or greater than normal, in price
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Adverb for very expensive in price
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(of a place or people) Adverb for not socially, culturally, or morally advanced
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Adverb for resistant to control or authority
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Adverb for lacking in tact or consideration for others
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