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outrageousness

ow tray juhs nuhs

  • n  excessive excess
  • n  the quality of being outrageous

  • Which is too bad, because back home Fassie is known (and loved) for her outrageousness.
  • In late July, the McCain campaign had demonstrated that it could also shake up the presidential race by deploying outrage's lesser twin: outrageousness.
  • In his year-long Passion tour, which concluded two weeks ago in Hong Kong, he wore eight Jean-Paul Gaultier outfits, in ascending order of outrageousness, from a white tux with .
Quotes

  • Barack Obama in Wilkes Barre Times-Leader
    I think he felt vilified and attacked and I understand him wanting to defend himself,Obama said. "That may account for the change but the insensitivity and the outrageousness of the statements shocked me and surprised me."
  • Eliot Spitzer in ABC Online
    This agreement should be a wake-up call to all those in the entertainment industry who think outrageousness is a clever marketing strategy,Attorney-General Eliot Spitzer said. "The law establishes set boundaries that cannot be crossed to...
  • Jean Nouvel in Monday Morning
    We can't breathe in this country any more, complained the writer Jean-Marie Laclavetine in Le Monde. "We need the outrageousness of someone like Sine."

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