outlandish

  • 1 Outlandish — Performing in 2009. Background information Origin Brøndby, Københavns Amt, Denmark …

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  • 2 Outlandish — Outlandish, 2009. Outlandish à Festiva …

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  • 3 Outlandish — Основная …

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  • 4 Outlandish — Chartplatzierungen Erklärung der Daten Alben Outland s Official …

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  • 5 Outlandish — Outlandish, 2009. Membres actuels de Outlandish …

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  • 6 Outlandish — Out*land ish, a. [AS. [=u]tlendisc foreign. See {Out}, {Land}, and { ish}.] 1. Foreign; not native. [archaic] [1913 Webster] Him did outlandish women cause to sin. Neh. xiii. 26. [1913 Webster] Its barley water and its outlandish wines. G. W.… …

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  • 7 outlandish — index eccentric, ludicrous, peculiar (curious), prodigious (amazing), unaccustomed, unusual …

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  • 8 outlandish — (adj.) O.E. utlendisc of a foreign country, from utland foreign land, lit. outland (see OUT (Cf. out) + LAND (Cf. land) (n.)) + ISH (Cf. ish). Sense of unfamiliar, strange, odd, bizarre (such as the customs of foreigners may seem to natives) is… …

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  • 9 outlandish — *strange, singular, unique, peculiar, eccentric, erratic, odd, queer, quaint, curious Analogous words: bizarre, grotesque, *fantastic, antic: alien, foreign, extraneous, *extrinsic …

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  • 10 outlandish — [adj] bizarre, strange alien, awkward, barbaric, barbarous, boorish, clumsy, curious, droll, eccentric, erratic, exotic, extravagant, fantastic, far out*, foreign, freakish, gauche, graceless, grotesque, kinky*, odd, outrageous, outré, peculiar,… …

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  • 11 outlandish — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ bizarre or unfamiliar. ORIGIN Old English, «not native» …

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  • 12 outlandish — [out΄lan′dish] adj. [ME utlandisch < OE utlendisc < utland + isc, ISH] 1. Archaic foreign; alien 2. very odd, strange, or peculiar; fantastic; bizarre 3. remote; out of the way SYN. STRANGE outlandishly adv. outlandishness n …

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  • 13 outlandish — outlandishly, adv. outlandishness, n. /owt lan dish/, adj. 1. freakishly or grotesquely strange or odd, as appearance, dress, objects, ideas, or practices; bizarre: outlandish clothes; outlandish questions. 2. having a foreign appearance. 3.… …

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  • 14 outlandish — [[t]aʊtlæ̱ndɪʃ[/t]] ADJ GRADED (disapproval) If you describe something as outlandish, you disapprove of it because you think it is very unusual, strange, or unreasonable. They appeared at parties in outlandish clothes... This idea is not as… …

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  • 15 outlandish — /aʊtˈlændɪʃ / (say owt landish) adjective 1. freakishly or grotesquely strange or odd, as appearance, dress, objects, ideas, practices, etc.: *It sounds as outlandish as riding a rhinoceros. –ruth park, 1948. 2. bizarre: an outlandish suggestion …

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  • 16 outlandish — out|land|ish [autˈlændıʃ] adj [: Old English; Origin: utlendisc, from utland foreign country ] strange and unusual ▪ outlandish clothes ▪ Her story seemed so outlandish …

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  • 17 outlandish — adjective Date: before 12th century 1. of or relating to another country ; foreign 2. a. strikingly out of the ordinary ; bizarre < an outlandish costume > b. exceeding proper or reasonable limits or standards 3. remote from civilization Synonyms …

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  • 18 outlandish — adjective bizarre, strange The rock star wore black with outlandish pink and green spiked hair …

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  • 19 outlandish — adj. Outlandish is used with these nouns: ↑costume, ↑idea …

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  • 20 outlandish — out|land|ish [ aut lændıʃ ] adjective extremely strange and unusual: BIZARRE: an outlandish hairstyle …

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