outrageously


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Related to outrageously: flippantly

out·ra·geous

 (out-rā′jəs)
adj.
1.
a. Grossly offensive to decency or morality.
b. Being well beyond the bounds of good taste: outrageous epithets.
2. Having no regard for morality.
3. Violent or unrestrained in temperament or behavior.
4.
a. Extremely unusual or unconventional; extraordinary: loved to dress in outrageous clothing; found some outrageous bargains.
b. Being beyond all reason; extravagant or immoderate: spends an outrageous amount on entertainment.

out·ra′geous·ly adv.
out·ra′geous·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.outrageously - in a very offensive manner; "he behaved outrageously"
2.outrageously - to an extravagant or immoderate degree; "atrociously expensive"
Translations
بصورةٍ شَنيعَه أو مُهينَه
forfærdeligt
elviselhetetlenül
svívirîilega
edepsizce

outrageously

[aʊtˈreɪdʒəslɪ] ADV
1. (= shockingly, intolerably) [behave] → de manera escandalosa
she flirted with him outrageouslyera escandaloso cómo flirteaba con él, flirteaba de manera escandalosa con él
2. (= extravagantly) [dress] → de forma extravagante, de forma estrafalaria
3. (= extremely) [unfair, racist] → terriblemente; [expensive] → escandalosamente
his latest comedy is outrageously funnysu última comedia es para desternillarse

outrageously

[aʊtˈreɪdʒəsli] adv
[expensive] → outrageusement; [camp] → outrageusement
outrageously unfair → d'une injustice révoltante
outrageously funny → des plus burlesques
[flirt] → de manière éhontée
[behave] → de manière scandaleuseoutreach programme outreach program [ˈaʊtriːtʃ] n (US)programme m de proximitéoutreach work [ˈaʊtriːtʃ] ntravail m de proximitéoutreach worker [ˈaʊtriːtʃ] ntravailleur/euse m/f de proximité

outrageously

adv expensiveunerhört; flirtunverschämt; behaveunerhört, unmöglich; lieschamlos; exaggerate alsomasslos; made-up also, dressedunmöglich (inf); he suggested/demanded quite outrageously that …er machte den unerhörten Vorschlag/er stellte die unerhörte Forderung, dass …; an outrageously low necklineein schamlos tiefer Ausschnitt; he’s outrageously over the toper ist total ausgefallen; outrageously funnyzum Schreien komisch

outrageously

[aʊtˈreɪdʒəslɪ] adv (see adj) → in modo scioccante, in modo stravagante, in modo atroce; (expensive) → terribilmente

outrage

(ˈautreidʒ) noun
a wicked act, especially of great violence. the outrages committed by the soldiers; The decision to close the road is a public outrage.
verb
to hurt, shock or insult. She was outraged by his behaviour.
outˈrageous adjective
noticeably terrible. an outrageous hat; outrageous behaviour.
outˈrageously adverb
outˈrageousness noun
References in classic literature ?
Meanwhile, Antaeus had scrambled upon his feet again, and pulled his pine tree out of the earth; and, all aflame with fury, and more outrageously strong than ever, he ran at Hercules, and brought down another blow.
Yea, and with most outrageously shameless ones,' said the wife, scowling at the Amritzar girl making eyes at the young sepoy.
There was an outrageously lucky digger, another invalid, for he would drink nothing but champagne with every meal and at any minute of the day, and I have seen him pitch raw gold at the sea-birds by the hour together.
At that moment there was something so ridiculous to my mind at the idea of eating and drinking diamonds, that I began to laugh outrageously, an example which the others followed, without knowing why.
Were you not going to outrageously attack and pillage your lord, the bailiff of the palace?
Perkins in his impetuous way attacked him outrageously.
But, for their sakes at home, I smothered my pride and suppressed my indignation, and managed to struggle on till my little tormentor was despatched to school; his father declaring that home education was 'no go; for him, it was plain; his mother spoiled him outrageously, and his governess could make no hand of him at all.
Dag Daughtry, who had kept always foot-loose and never married, surveyed the boat-load of his responsibilities to which he was anchored--Kwaque, the Black Papuan monstrosity whom he had saved from the bellies of his fellows; Ah Moy, the little old sea-cook whose age was problematical only by decades; the Ancient Mariner, the dignified, the beloved, and the respected; gangly Big John, the youthful Scandinavian with the inches of a giant and the mind of a child; Killeny Boy, the wonder of dogs; Scraps, the outrageously silly and fat-rolling puppy; Cocky, the white- feathered mite of life, imperious as a steel-blade and wheedlingly seductive as a charming child; and even the forecastle cat, the lithe and tawny slayer of rats, sheltering between the legs of Ah Moy.
This highly endeared him to her, and raised in her mind two of the best affections which any lover can wish to raise in a mistress--these were, esteem and pity--for sure the most outrageously rigid among her sex will excuse her pitying a man whom she saw miserable on her own account; nor can they blame her for esteeming one who visibly, from the most honourable motives, endeavoured to smother a flame in his own bosom, which, like the famous Spartan theft, was preying upon and consuming his very vitals.
Ensign Shafton had run away with Lady Barbara Fitzurse, the Earl of Bruin's daughter and heiress; and poor Vere Vane, a gentleman who, up to forty, had maintained a most respectable character and reared a numerous family, suddenly and outrageously left his home, for the sake of Mrs.
Crisparkle, gravely; 'therefore your admiration, if it be of that special nature which you seem to indicate, is outrageously misplaced.
Sir Percival burst out laughing, so violently, so outrageously, that he quite startled us all--the Count more than any of us.