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Definition of Outlandish

Outlandish

  1. Foreign; not native.
  2. Hence: Not according with usage; strange; rude; barbarous; uncouth; clownish; as, an outlandish dress, behavior, or speech.

Outlandish Quotations

In a time of serious budget deficits, immense war costs and a sluggish economy, we cannot afford to grant such outlandish subsidies to some of our Nation's largest corporations.
Ron Kind

No idea is so outlandish that it should not be considered with a searching but at the same time a steady eye.
Winston Churchill

Brooke and I share some similarities. We're both passionate, fiercely loyal people. But she is far more outlandish than I'd ever be, particularly with her body and her sexuality. Brooke has made herself weak for men - she only gained self-confidence from their attention.
Sophia Bush

It does not seem to me that the steps which would be needed to make Britain - and others - more comfortable in their relationship in the European Union are inherently so outlandish or unreasonable.
David Cameron

I call it like the domino theory of reality. If you can go one step at a time and it seems to make sense, you can then take your audience into an area that is relatively outlandish.
Ivan Reitman
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Outlandish Translations

outlandish in German is fremdartig
outlandish in Spanish is de aspecto extranjero