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Another word for outrageous

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Adjective
  1. Disgracefully and grossly offensive

    See also:

    right

  2. Beyond all reason

      1. Unsupported by a valid exception to requirements of a warrant; for example, unreasonable search and seizure.
      2. Not determined by reason; capricious; arbitrary; irrational.
      3. Having or showing little sense or judgment; not rational
      1. Unreasonable, excessive, or immoderate
      2. So harmful to the interests of one of the parties to an agreement or contract as to make that paper unenforceable and, therefore, null and void. So harmful to the interests of one of the parties to an agreement or contract as to make that paper unenforceable and, therefore, null and void.
      3. Beyond prudence or reason; excessive:
      1. (Colloquial) Extremely bad
      2. Highly offensive to good taste, propriety, etc.; extremely revolting
      3. Having an effect like that of a heavy blow or shock; staggering
      1. Deserving ridicule
      2. Deserving or inspiring ridicule; absurd, preposterous, or silly.
      1. (Obs.) With the first last and the last first; inverted
      2. So contrary to nature, reason, or common sense as to be laughable; absurd; ridiculous
      1. Offensive to one's feelings, or to prevailing notions, of modesty or decency; lewd
      2. (Law) Designating or of books, films, etc. which when judged by contemporary community standards, are found to appeal to a prurient interest in sex, be patently offensive, and have no serious artistic, scientific, or social value
      3. (--- Law) Of or relating to materials that can be regulated or criminalized because their depiction of nudity, sex, or excretion is patently offensive and without artistic or scientific value.
    See also:

    usual

Another word for outrageous

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  • Heinous implies such extreme wickedness as to arouse the strongest hatred and revulsion a heinous crime
  • or, in a weakened sense, extremely bad atrocious manners
  • Monstrous and atrocious are applied to that which is shockingly evil, wrong, or cruel a monstrous lie, atrocious cruelty
  • Flagrant implies a glaringly bad or openly evil character in people or their acts a flagrant sinner, a flagrant violation
  • Outrageous applies to that which so exceeds all bounds of right, morality, decency, or reasonableness, as to be intolerable an outrageous insult, outrageous prices