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1. outrageous

adjective. ['aʊˈtreɪdʒəs'] grossly offensive to decency or morality; causing horror.

Synonyms

  • horrid
  • offensive
  • horrific

Antonyms

  • ascent
  • low
  • reasonable
  • immoderation

Etymology

  • outrageus (Anglo-Norman)

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Words that Rhyme with Outrageous

  • disadvantageous
  • advantageous
  • contagious
  • courageous

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A common misspelling of outrageous is outragous

Example sentences of the word outrageous


1. Adjective
The more outrageous the items, the funnier the car will be.

Quotes containing the word outrageous


1. He [Ranger] peeled my [Stephanie] clothes off and wrangled me into bed. And then suddenly he was inside me. He once told me that time spent with him would ruin me for all other men. When he said it, I thought it was an outrageous threat. I no longer though it outrageous.
- Janet Evanovich, Hard Eight

2. One can be absolutely truthful and sincere even though admittedly the most outrageous liar.
- Henry Miller

3. You can have Jesus in your spirit and have an outrageous mess in your soul, and if you don't know what that's called, it's called religion.
- Joyce Meyer

2. outrageous

adjective. ['aʊˈtreɪdʒəs'] greatly exceeding bounds of reason or moderation.

Synonyms

  • steep
  • exorbitant
  • extortionate
  • usurious
  • immoderate

Antonyms

  • conscientious
  • horizontal
  • inclined
  • gradual

Etymology

  • outrageus (Anglo-Norman)
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