from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In an outrageous manner; to an outrageous degree.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To an extraordinary or unexampled extent or degree; excessively; extravagantly; unrestrainedly; hence, violently; furiously; madly; irrationally.
- With shameless disregard of authority, order, morality, decency, or humanity; atrociously; audaciously; flagrantly; barbarously.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a very offensive manner
- adv. to an extravagant or immoderate degree
He says he also sees opportunity in property prices that have fallen to what he calls "outrageously cheap" levels.
This being valid even in outrageously human-right-less countries as North Korea.
Madonna was said to be flirting 'outrageously' - and the couple later went out to dinner with friends.
Indeed, more than 100 legal challenges have been filed against congressional redistricting plans, including challenges against Maryland's districts that John Paul Stevens called "outrageously unconstitutional" to Texas' high-stakes dispute involving Latino voting rights that will go the Supreme Court in early January.
The rapper's new song called "Politics as Usual" praises Obama but also uses some lyrics the senator called outrageously offensive.
The Public Accounts Committee is due to publish another report on Private Finance Initiatives, which Ms Hodge described as "outrageously dreadful value for money".
To paraphrase outrageously, for Open Access to Government data, this is not the end.
Lower gas prices are good, as Larry said, but we are only back to prices that eight months people, ahem, were were calling outrageously high and economically damaging.
The auto industry is slowly dying of union-inflicted wounds, namely the outrageously high pension plans and post-retirement benefits for its many workers.
For the others it seems to be what kind of outrageously stupid remark they can make to make themselves seem important.