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conspicuously or grossly unconventional or unusual

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Aishwarya's look goes from simple to outlandishly glamorous, though in a contemporary way," says the designer.
The 798cc parallel-twin produces 87bhp which, when combined with the 199kgs weight, makes for a quick enough machine that isn't outlandishly, terrifyingly fast.
Letter to a stranger In the strangely crowded street I saw you, stranger Dressed and walking strangely Your face surely unknown to me Our eyes met eccentrically You smiled strangely at me The nonsensical thought in me confirmed Your strangeness surrounded me My heart started beating bizarrely As you passed me by, stranger Your unfamiliar scent embraced me I outlandishly clung to it My eyes strangely followed you Disappearing into the strange crowded street You left me feeling peculiar Questioning the strangeness you brought me I am now out of the ordinary .
Thirdly, and most outlandishly, he genuinely believes that the British public is up in arms about plans to keep suspected terrorists locked up without charge for longer.
Aesthetically, you can't whack it (admittedly, I've often nursed idle daydreams about employing urchins to heave vintage eggs at the more outlandishly dressed 'ladies', but it's not a very Buddhist line of thinking really and anyway, every dog should have its day).
lost its cool in subsequent sequels and spinoffs, around the time Leslie Nielsen started acting kooky instead of just playing it outlandishly straight (guess he was worried some 6-year-old might not get the joke).
A British coffee merchant who is credited with introducing specialty brews to his native country, as well as the author of several histories of the East India Company, Wild credits the brew, somewhat outlandishly, with having inspired some proverbial Great Men to create the modern stock exchange, the British insurance house Lloyd's, and London's first organized police force, among other legacies.
Instead, the problem with Winerip's NCLB columns is that they often turn on incomplete, outlandishly selective, and even inaccurate presentations of the facts.
Dickens's novels appeared serially on an ongoing basis, and naturally they were outlandishly long.
An industry that can stuff its pockets even fuller and continue to lavish its generosity on lawmakers while Americans must scrimp to pay for outlandishly priced drugs that may be hazardous to their health.
Try to get the most outlandishly rediculous thing past the moderators that you can.
Catwoman gives Halle Berry a mincing coworker who is so outlandishly gay (clapping his hands girlishly and cooing over "man sandwich" Benjamin Bratt), you don't know whether to be angry or embarrassed.
Forget this year's Van Helsing flick (even if you love sexy Hugh Jackman or the outlandishly wonderful special effects).
From flash cars to outlandishly priced mobile phones the Daily Post takes a look at the consumables which could play a major role in Wayne's world in the years to come.
economy as we enter this blessed holiday season what could be more patriotic, more supportive of the American way of life than the giving of lavish and outlandishly expensive gifts.