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  • s  conspicuously or grossly unconventional or unusual
    outre and affected stage antics

  • Spiegelman's New York City-based Raw magazine publishes some of the more outre work in graphic narrative, including the psychotic and hilarious misadventures of a couple of pen-and .
  • The network's main hope for Passions lies in the show's creator, James Reilly, a 50-year-old medical school dropout bestowed with the kind of outre imagination for which the world .
  • Dozens of new titles pop up and fold each month and focus on everything from the benign to the outre.

  • Emma Thompson in CBS News
    They look far too outre anywhere else,Thompson, 46, told Time magazine. "They're great big, gold, shiny things. They're up there tarnishing quietly along with everything else I own, including my body."
  • Bill Irwin in The Star-Ledger - NJ.com
    It's the strangest play and it's been judged a classic. But it's still got an outre reputation,Irwin says. "It's more Benjamin Britten than it is 'Tosca.'" "It's mystical even to us. But there are great conceits in it, like Nathan's...

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