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- adv. In an outlandish manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an out-landish manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an outlandish manner
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But it's the kind of outlandishly showy, intellectually empty, vapid star turn voters love.
Thanks for believing in this wicked yet outlandishly humorous piece!
Organizing a 3-day comics convention is outlandishly expensive, and everything seems to be priced like those $25 bolts you'd hear about the military using in the 80's.
While some will claim the opposite, the truth is, Trump succeeded in getting the President of the United States to respond to his outlandishly offensive accusations.
Once they were outlandishly priced, then Diamond Select came in and fixed all of that.
I hope Shorter finds some of the sense they used to have and rejects this outlandishly backward, despicable, disgusting, and in no way Christ-like idea and remembers who they used to be and who they still can be.
With his outlandishly oversized domestic furniture, the sculptor Robert Therrien makes one feel Lilliputian – at times unnervingly vulnerable, at others utterly enchanted.
A photo gallery of Gaga and some of her outlandishly dressed fans, also from this past September.
"Incorporating action-packed stunts that will eject contestants so outlandishly within the show, is sure to keep contestants and viewers on the edge of their seats having no idea what to expect next," David Goldberg, chairman of Endemol North America, told Deadline.
Harper-Collins tried to justify this outlandishly high price by saying that the paper, binding and other physical costs of a single hardcover copy usually run out to about $2.