The most outrageous trial since Casey Anthony is finally wrapping up.
Mathematicians all over the world will denounce this outrageous claim, so before facing math excommunication, let me qualify.
His outrageous comments, though, are more symptomatic of the outrageous person Barry is.
Gary Rivlin on the outrageous lives and businesses of Jared Davis and Allan Jones.
In his most outrageous opinion yet, Antonin Scalia refused to spare potentially innocent inmates on death row.
Their infatuation had therefore its pitiable as well as its outrageous aspect.
Only the emergency could have spurred him to the point of so outrageous an impertinence.
From the time of its foundation down to the present century the name of Jena stood for all that was wild, absurd, and outrageous.
Inspector Michel looked the outrageous creature up and down.
I guess it ain't any worse to hold church fairs in this country than it is to have the outrageous goings on in the old country.
c.1300, "excessive, extravagant," from Old French outrageus, outrajos "immoderate, excessive, violent, lawless" (Modern French outrageux), from outrage, oltrage (see outrage). Meaning "flagrantly evil" is late 14c.; modern teen slang usages of it unwittingly approach the original and etymological sense of outrage. Related: Outrageously; outrageousness.