outrageously

[ UK /a‍ʊtɹˈe‍ɪd‍ʒəsli/ ]
[ US /ˌaʊˈtɹeɪdʒəsɫi/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in a very offensive manner
    he behaved outrageously
  2. to an extravagant or immoderate degree
    atrociously expensive
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How To Use outrageously In A Sentence

  • But it never seemed to matter too much, because the films were so undeniably zany and the fraternal team was so outrageously screwy that none of that other stuff mattered.
  • Jarhead is in the best sense an outrageously comic book. Globe and Mail
  • Outrageously loud europop music assaulted us, but the Jazzercisers seemed to enjoy it. WIL WHEATON dot NET: 1.5: February 2005 Archives
  • She cried outrageously, a faint blush coming to her cheeks.
  • The only good thing is releasing from the tow safely, at any attitude, with no tension or with outrageously high tension.
  • She put him on his change table and changed his outrageously dirty diaper with a fresh new one.
  • In 18th-century England, Georgiana Cavendish, the Duchess of Devonshire, used her extravagant tastes to support the Whig cause against George III, wearing outrageously plumed hats to political rallies. Le Freak, C
  • He flirts outrageously with his female clients.
  • It may mean the kind of outrageously gutsy behavior that one can not help but admire.
  • he behaved outrageously
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