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Lavish or imprudent in spending money:
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  1. Lavish or imprudent in spending money:
  2. Exceeding reasonable bounds:
  3. Extremely abundant; profuse:
Deserving to be despised; contemptible
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  1. Deserving to be despised; contemptible
  2. Deserving of contempt or scorn; vile.
Rude in a contemptuous way; insulting and humiliating
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  1. Rude in a contemptuous way; insulting and humiliating
Of a malicious or slanderous nature; defamatory:
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  1. Of a malicious or slanderous nature; defamatory:
  2. Expressed in vulgar, coarse, or abusive language.
  3. Given to the use of vulgar, coarse, or abusive language.
Arousing or deserving hatred or strong dislike.
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  1. Arousing or deserving hatred or strong dislike.
  2. Extremely unpleasant; repulsive:
  3. Disgusting, disgraceful, hateful, vile, loathsome, scandalous. See also odium. Disgusting, disgraceful, hateful, vile, loathsome, scandalous. See also odium.
Shamefully wicked; vile and scandalous
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  1. Shamefully wicked; vile and scandalous
  2. Infamous; scandalous:
  3. Characterized by extremely brutal or cruel crimes; vicious.
Of, relating to, or designed for attack:
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  1. Of, relating to, or designed for attack:
  2. (Sports) Of or relating to a team having possession of a ball or puck:
  3. Making a physical or military attack:
Highly offensive; indecent or distasteful.
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  1. Highly offensive; indecent or distasteful.
  2. Highly offensive to good taste, propriety, etc.; extremely revolting
  3. Having an effect like that of a heavy blow or shock; staggering
(Obsolete) Flaming; blazing.
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  1. (Obsolete) Flaming; blazing.
  2. Glaringly bad; notorious; outrageous
  3. Conspicuously bad, offensive, or reprehensible:
Extremely immoral or cruel:
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  1. Extremely immoral or cruel:
  2. Having the character or appearance of a monster
  3. Very unnatural or abnormal in shape, type, or character
Very cruel, evil, brutal, etc.
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  1. Very cruel, evil, brutal, etc.
  2. Very bad, unpleasant, offensive, inferior, etc.
  3. Extremely evil or cruel; monstrous:
Outrageously evil or wicked; abominable
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  1. Outrageously evil or wicked; abominable
  2. (Informal) Very unappealing; ugly:
  3. Wicked; abominable:
Impossible to tolerate or endure; unbearable:
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  1. Impossible to tolerate or endure; unbearable:
  2. Not tolerable; unbearable; too severe, painful, cruel, etc. to be endured
  1. Horrifying and astonishing.
  2. Causing horror, shock, or dismay
  3. Causing consternation or dismay; frightful:
Having an affinity for such conditions:
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  1. Having an affinity for such conditions:
  2. Participating or tending to participate in a very dangerous or difficult sport:
  3. Being in or attaining the greatest or highest degree; very intense:
Characterized by excess; being too much or too great; immoderate; inordinate
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  1. Characterized by excess; being too much or too great; immoderate; inordinate
  2. Exceeding a normal, usual, reasonable, or proper limit.
Exceeding reasonable limits; immoderate.
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  1. Exceeding reasonable limits; immoderate.
  2. Disordered; not regulated
  3. Lacking restraint or moderation; too great or too many; immoderate
Exceeding normal or appropriate bounds; inordinate:
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  1. Exceeding normal or appropriate bounds; inordinate:
  2. Excessive or lacking, not consistent
  3. Not moderate; without restraint; unreasonable, excessive, etc.
Given to excessive drinking of alcoholic beverages.
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  1. Given to excessive drinking of alcoholic beverages.
  2. Not moderate; lacking restraint; excessive
  3. Not temperate or moderate, especially in rhetoric or tone; unrestrained:
Existing in or constructed from fantasy; of or relating to fantasy; fanciful.
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  1. Existing in or constructed from fantasy; of or relating to fantasy; fanciful.
  2. Not believable; implausible; seemingly only possible in fantasy.
  3. Strange or fanciful in form, conception, or appearance:
Occurring, growing, or living in a natural state; not domesticated, cultivated, or tamed:
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  1. Occurring, growing, or living in a natural state; not domesticated, cultivated, or tamed:
  2. Based on little or no evidence or probability; unfounded:
  3. Characterized by a lack of moral restraint; dissolute or licentious:
Not adhering to convention; out of the ordinary.
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  1. Not adhering to convention; out of the ordinary.
  2. Out of the ordinary
  3. Not conventional; not conforming to customary, formal, or accepted practices, standards, rules, etc.
Uninhibited or unreserved:
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  1. Uninhibited or unreserved:
  2. Immoderate; not restrained or held in check
  3. Not controlled or held in check; immoderate:
Not determined by reason; capricious; arbitrary; irrational.
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  1. Not determined by reason; capricious; arbitrary; irrational.
  2. Unsupported by a valid exception to requirements of a warrant; for example, unreasonable search and seizure.
  3. Having or showing little sense or judgment; not rational
That cannot be spoken
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  1. That cannot be spoken
  2. Marvelous, awesome, etc.; beyond human expression; ineffable
  3. Unfit or not permitted to be spoken or described.
  1. Not conscionable; unscrupulous and lacking principles or conscience.
  2. Beyond prudence or reason; excessive:
  3. 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.
Going beyond what is reasonable or customary, especially in cost or price:
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  1. Going beyond what is reasonable or customary, especially in cost or price:
Lascivious or promiscuous. Used especially of women.
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  1. Lascivious or promiscuous. Used especially of women.
  2. Exciting or expressing sexual desire:
  3. Reckless; extremely careless; acting with utter disregard for others; implies conduct that is beyond mere negligence. In criminal law, malicious or malevolent intent. Reckless; extremely careless; acting with utter disregard for others; implies conduct that is beyond mere negligence. In criminal law, malicious or malevolent intent.
Not just, moral, or decent; offensive
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  1. Not just, moral, or decent; offensive
  2. Bringing or causing shame or disgrace; disgraceful
  3. (Obsolete) Full of shame; ashamed.
Bringing disgrace; shameful or infamous:
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  1. Bringing disgrace; shameful or infamous:
  2. Tending to cause opprobrium.
  3. Expressing contemptuous reproach; scornful or abusive:
Well-known; publicly discussed
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  1. Well-known; publicly discussed
  2. Known widely and usually unfavorably; infamous:
Having no shame, no guilt nor remorse over something wrong; immodest; unable to feel disgrace
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  1. Having no shame, no guilt nor remorse over something wrong; immodest; unable to feel disgrace
  2. Having or showing no feeling of shame, modesty, or decency; brazen; impudent
  3. Marked by a lack of shame:
  1. Bringing or warranting disgrace; shameful.
  2. Causing or characterized by disgrace; shameful
  3. Giving offense to moral sensibilities and injurious to reputation.
Like brass in color or other qualities
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  1. Like brass in color or other qualities
  2. Made of brass.
  3. Having a loud, usually harsh, resonant sound:
Unconcealed; open
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  1. Unconcealed; open
  2. Having no covering over the face.
  3. Shameless; brazen; audacious; impudent
Broad; general:
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  1. Broad; general:
  2. So obvious or conspicuous as to cause or heighten offense:
  3. (Archaic) Evident; obvious
Causing scandal; shocking:
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  1. Causing scandal; shocking:
  2. Causing scandal; offensive to a sense of decency or shocking to the moral feelings of the community; shameful
  3. Containing material damaging to reputation; defamatory:
Containing insult, or having the intention of insulting.
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  1. Containing insult, or having the intention of insulting.
Causing physical injury to another:
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  1. Causing physical injury to another:
  2. Characterized by improper or wrongful use:
  3. Using or containing insulting or hurtful language:
Exercising power arbitrarily and often unjustly; tyrannical.
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  1. Exercising power arbitrarily and often unjustly; tyrannical.
  2. Tyrannical or exercising unjust power.
  3. Burdensome or difficult to bear.
Lacking integrity; unprincipled.
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  1. Lacking integrity; unprincipled.
  2. Without honor, or causing dishonor
  3. Lacking respect or ethical principles
Deserving to be reprehended
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  1. Deserving to be reprehended
  2. Blameworthy, censurable, guilty.
  3. Deserving rebuke or censure:
Causing or tending to cause injury; harmful:
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  1. Causing or tending to cause injury; harmful:
  2. Injuring or likely to cause injury; harmful
  3. Offensive or insulting; hurtful:
Too obvious to be overlooked
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  1. Too obvious to be overlooked
  2. Blatant, obvious.
  3. Conspicuous; obvious:
Outstanding for undesirable qualities; remarkably bad; flagrant
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  1. Outstanding for undesirable qualities; remarkably bad; flagrant
  2. (Archaic) Remarkable
Strong and offensive in odor or flavor:
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  1. Strong and offensive in odor or flavor:
  2. Growing profusely or with excessive vigor:
  3. Yielding a profuse, often excessive crop; highly fertile:
Not of high social status; common.
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  1. Not of high social status; common.
  2. Not noble in quality, character, or purpose; base or dishonorable.
  3. Not noble in birth or position; of the common people
Very wicked; villainous; iniquitous
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  1. Very wicked; villainous; iniquitous
  2. Infamous by way of being extremely wicked.
  1. Morally objectionable
  2. Characterized by iniquity; wicked.
  3. Showing iniquity; wicked; unjust
Lacking refinement or culture; coarse:
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  1. Lacking refinement or culture; coarse:
  2. Characteristic of barbarians; primitive or lacking in civilization
  3. Marked by the use or occurrence of barbarisms in spoken or written language.
(Slang) Showing great skill
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  1. (Slang) Showing great skill
  2. (Slang) Strikingly good, effective, or skillful:
  3. Severe and distressing:
Causing or intending to cause damage, injury, or death, often when involving great force:
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  1. Causing or intending to cause damage, injury, or death, often when involving great force:
  2. Extreme; intense; very strong
  3. Characterized by extreme emotion, especially anger:
Of, like, or characteristic of a villain; evil; wicked
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  1. Of, like, or characteristic of a villain; evil; wicked
  2. Obnoxious, offensive or reprehensible in nature or behaviour; nefarious
  3. Of, relating to, or appropriate to a villain
Hideous; dreadful:
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  1. Hideous; dreadful:
  2. Horrible; frightful
Guilty of such a crime
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  1. Guilty of such a crime
  2. Having an exceedingly bad reputation; notorious:
  3. (Law) Convicted of a crime, such as treason or felony, that carries a severe punishment. No longer in technical use.
Deteriorated from the normal or standard
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  1. Deteriorated from the normal or standard
  2. (Obs.) Changed from a sound condition to an unsound one; spoiled; contaminated; rotten
  3. Containing errors or alterations, especially ones that prevent proper understanding or use:
(Biology) Having lost one or more highly developed functions, characteristics, or structures through evolution:
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  1. (Biology) Having lost one or more highly developed functions, characteristics, or structures through evolution:
  2. Having declined, as in function or nature, from a former or original state:
  3. Having sunk below a former or normal condition, character, etc.; deteriorated
Characteristic of a criminal.
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  1. Characteristic of a criminal.
  2. Of, involving, or having the nature of crime:
  3. Dealing with law cases involving crime
Given up; forsaken; deserted
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  1. Given up; forsaken; deserted
  2. (Geology) No longer being acted upon by the geologic forces that formed it.
  3. Self-abandoned, or given up to vice; immoral; extremely wicked, or sinning without restraint; irreclaimably wicked; as, an abandoned villain. [First attested from 1350 to 1470]
Offensive to the senses or sensibilities; repulsive; disgusting
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  1. Offensive to the senses or sensibilities; repulsive; disgusting
  2. Highly disagreeable or most inferior; very bad: a generalized term of disapproval
  3. Miserably poor and degrading; wretched:
Nasty and disgusting; vile; loathsome
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  1. Nasty and disgusting; vile; loathsome
  2. Unequivocally detestable; loathsome:
  3. Highly unpleasant; disagreeable; very bad
Deserving of execration; hateful.
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  1. Deserving of execration; hateful.
  2. Very inferior; of poorest quality
  3. Extremely inferior; very bad:
Marked by extreme contrasts and incongruities of color, design, or style
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  1. Marked by extreme contrasts and incongruities of color, design, or style
  2. Very strange or unusual, especially in a striking or shocking way.
  3. Very odd in manner, appearance, etc.; grotesque
Conspicuously unconventional; bizarre.
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  1. Conspicuously unconventional; bizarre.
  2. Located far from civilized areas; remote:
  3. Very odd, strange, or peculiar; fantastic; bizarre
Too much; excessive.
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  1. Too much; excessive.
Very cruel, evil, brutal, etc.
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  1. Very cruel, evil, brutal, etc.
  2. Very bad, unpleasant, offensive, inferior, etc.
  3. Extremely evil or cruel; monstrous:
Outrageously evil or wicked; abominable
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  1. Outrageously evil or wicked; abominable
  2. Wicked; abominable:
  3. (Informal) Very unappealing; ugly:
Horrible; hideous; shocking
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  1. Horrible; hideous; shocking
  2. Very unnatural or abnormal in shape, type, or character
  3. Exceptionally large; enormous:
Causing scandal; shocking:
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  1. Causing scandal; shocking:
  2. Causing scandal; offensive to a sense of decency or shocking to the moral feelings of the community; shameful
  3. Containing material damaging to reputation; defamatory:
(Colloquial) Extremely bad
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  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
(Archaic) Very wicked; outrageous
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  1. (Archaic) Very wicked; outrageous
  2. Very much exceeding the usual size, number, or degree; of great size; huge; vast; immense
Offensive to one's feelings, or to prevailing notions, of modesty or decency; lewd
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  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.
(Obs.) With the first last and the last first; inverted
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  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
Deserving ridicule
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  1. Deserving ridicule
  2. Deserving or inspiring ridicule; absurd, preposterous, or silly.
(Colloquial) Extremely bad
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  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
Unreasonable, excessive, or immoderate
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  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:
Unsupported by a valid exception to requirements of a warrant; for example, unreasonable search and seizure.
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  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

Synonym Study

  • 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
Find another word for outrageous. In this page you can discover 88 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for outrageous, like: extravagant, despicable, contumelious, scurrilous, odious, flagitious, offensive, shocking, flagrant, monstrous and atrocious.