outlandishly outlandishly


  • (adv) in an outlandish manner


  1. And the fact that lenders were hawking outlandishly risky mortgages to people who were terrible credit risks was, in fact, no secret in America: It was bipartisan national policy.
  2. I've told them can no longer collect expensive toys, such as those owned by some outlandishly rich generals.
  3. Though as a practice deaccessioning is nothing new, the outlandishly overheated art market of recent years has made it newly irresistible.


  • Major Reggie's Bonnaroo Space Oddity

    It's hard to stand out amongst Bonnaroo's exhilarating musical performances and the vast sea of overheated and outlandishly dressed fans, but Logitech/Ultimate Ears pulled out all the stops for their Saturday
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Spin


  • "We lost this race in the pits," says Gordon. "You know, there was a time when the 'Rainbow Warriors' set the standard for remarkably fast pit stops, as well as outlandishly garish uniforms. Now, the only thing 'colorful' about them is the...
    on Feb 26, 2009 By: Jeff Gordon Source: Bleacher Report

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