far-out far-out


  • (adj) informal terms; strikingly unconventional



  1. That far-out conclusion only bolstered critics, who charge that Evans sometimes cooks the books to come up with results favorable to his clients.
  2. Here it's an all-out, far-out tribute to India's Bollywood musicals--a kind of Springtime for Hindu--with enough eye candy to give the viewer diabetes.
  3. The electronic gadgets so vital to vehicles in far-out space suffer from some far-out troubles.


  • How Samsung could develop the 21st century’s answer to Bell Labs

    Sorry, Google, but you may not hold a monopoly on researching far-out technologies that may not even help your core business in the future. Forbes contributor Haydn Shaughnessy notes that Samsung has started investing substantial sums of money into science and technology research for an ecosystem that may never see the light of day. In particular, he says that Samsung has said it will invest $1 ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: BGR News via Yahoo! News


  • "I've had more kicks out of playing far-out things," Law told the Los Angeles Times in 1966. "It's like putting on a funny face and going out in front of people and going, 'yaaaaaa."
    on May 15, 2008 By: John Phillip Law Source: USA Today

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