outlandishly

[ UK /a‍ʊtlˈændɪʃli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in an outlandish manner
    the Bavarian was outlandishly dressed in lederhosen
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How To Use outlandishly In A Sentence

  • And in come the mummers, faces muffled and painted, outlandishly costumed in multicolored skirts, frock coats, long-johns, turned jackets, stuffed pants.
  • In fact, my earliest conscious tactic to hide my homosexuality involved being outlandishly homophobic .
  • While the Bowery Lane Bicycle seems useful enough and is not as outlandishly priced as other Dutch-inspired bikes sold to Americans, I can't help thinking that if Mr. Bernard wants to "replicate" Amsterdam here he might be better off opening a Van Gogh museum and digging a series of canals. Appealing Package: What's New Is Old Again
  • Not outlandishly fast, but fast enough that adaptation could *could*–it is unclear be fairly difficult. SPM released « Climate Audit
  • In fact we should review our investment portfolios regularly, and be prepared to weed out any share that could look outlandishly expensive.
  • the Bavarian was outlandishly dressed in lederhosen
  • In the clean and well-lit subway corridors, I passed several large posters featuring outlandishly slender, bikinied young women promoting a variety of health care regimens, cellulite-removing creams, and appetite-suppressant supplements. Crazy Like Us
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