So senseless as to be laughable
Beyond all reason
But for now, I want to leave you with a preposterous thought: In the future, a new Mercedes Benz will cost just $50.
And if any man was to be put in the preposterous position of a secular Bible, no writer was fitter for it than Aristotle.
They proffered peace to King Henry, ledge and offered to recognize his preposterous claim to the French throne, on condition that he should marry France.
It was of course impossible that the nation or the baronage 5hould accept such a preposterous rgime, and Edward was soon involved in.
He found a preposterous excuse for repudiating the treaty by which he was bound, by declaring that some details had been omitted in its formal ratification.