Definition of 'outlandish'
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It felt as if each attempt at goal was becoming increasingly outlandish. Times, Sunday Times (2016)His rise and rise is an increasingly outlandish tale. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This is not so outlandish an idea as it might at first sound. COURTESANS (2003)He likes to wear outlandish clothes and change his eccentric hairstyles. The Sun (2011)He makes outlandish claims to be a bit more physical! The Sun (2008)She goes she has some outlandish idea they pull her up. The Sun (2011)But it is not the most outlandish idea this new series with throw up for the entrepreneurs to mull over. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The main problem is that in this wacky plot packed with outlandish gadgets the characters are little more than props themselves. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He wore outlandish clothes; he said outrageous things. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It also wants to end cut-price deals and advertising that makes outlandish claims. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The outcome is intensely absorbing, steeped in human interest and peppered with outlandish characters. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You'll also explore seemingly outlandish ideas or offers. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I suggested they wear grey and something a little outlandish like red lipstick. The Sun (2015)And despite their sharp suits today, they remain unrepentant about the outlandish clothes they wore back in their early twenties. The Sun (2014)At its worst, the catwalk is a place for scrawny beauties in outlandish clothes that often seem utterly divorced from reality. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The Yard rejected his outlandish claim, knowing he had no case. The Sun (2008)This unusual and outlandish scenario will stick in your head, whereas a long list of groceries probably wouldn't. The Sun (2008)No matter how unusual or indeed outlandish the invention, there is a place for it in the Genius studio. The Sun (2010)
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Translations for 'outlandish'
British English: outlandish ADJECTIVE
If you describe something as outlandish, you disapprove of it because you think it is very unusual, strange, or unreasonable.
This idea is not as outlandish as it sounds.
Definition of outlandish from the Collins English Dictionary
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