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Takano used the terms “shockingly tone-deaf” and “outrageous” and accused Wilkie of tolerating a “hostile culture at VA” for female veterans.

The image has deeply angered Australia, with prime minister Scott Morrison calling Zhao’s tweet “truly repugnant, deeply offensive, utterly outrageous” and calling on Beijing to formally apologize.

From Quartz

He calls the president’s efforts to overturn the election “outrageous.”

“It’s completely outrageous,” says Hye Jung Han, a children’s rights advocate at Human Rights Watch, who led the research.

He enthusiastically attacks anyone if he thinks it gets him a headline and will retweet any outrageous attack or conspiracy theory claiming later it wasn’t him who said it first.

Outrageousness hums around these women, and an earthiness too: all have survived—and sometimes thrived from—their drama.

Second, he should use the State of the Union to drive home the absurdity of the situation, and the outrageousness of it.

Akin's view may be outrageous, but its outrageousness is not one man's mental spasm.

She's the most outrageous thing out there at a time when we need outrageousness more than ever.

I see well ye have great will to be slain as your father was, through outrageousness.

This outrageousness shows only what manner of spirit they are of, and how much their sordid views exceed their parental love.

There comes a moment when the very outrageousness of what you are doing makes you redouble your blows.

The very outrageousness of the thing was its best passport to success.

Notwithstanding Mrs. M.'s outrageousness she is the person I trouble my head the least about.


On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to outrageousness, such as: atrociousness, atrocity, boldness, brazenness, enormity, and grossness.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.