adverb. ['ˌaʊˈtreɪdʒəsli'] to an extravagant or immoderate degree.
- -ly (English)
- -lice (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
- outrageous (English)
- outrageus (Anglo-Norman)
Words that Rhyme with Outrageously
Example sentences of the word outrageously
Don't wait for a loved one to do something outrageously generous before you offer a verbal thank you.
Quotes containing the word outrageously
1. My own life is wonderful, but if I had to live the life of someone else, I'd gladly choose that of Julia Child or Dr. Seuss: two outrageously original people, each of whom fashioned an idiosyncratic wisdom, passion for life, and sense of humor into an art form that anyone and everyone could savor.
- Julia Glass