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adverb as in ridiculously

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Now in the NFC, Brady has added a preposterous 14th title game appearance to his résumé.

The idea of TV advertising has long been considered preposterous for B2B marketing.

Does this mean that we've preposterously ceded the ability to shape our perceptions to small groups of crazy people?

But that, however preposterously, is their perception and reputation.

Austen was a mathematician of social interaction, and her novels are impossibly, preposterously good.

Acceptance rates at top schools have fallen to preposterously low levels.

The cardboard is preposterously thick—thicker than the wedding invitation of a Saudi sheik.

The head itself was preposterously small and was supported on an equally preposterous, thick, short neck.

This resolution was made in deference to the opinion of others, and to the public feeling, which was so preposterously excited.

Wetherbee stared into the shaven, haunted face thus preposterously thrust at him across the years.

But it was a preposterously difficult task to get across an undercut to where he could grasp a stunted tree.

Strangely, her glances seemed to have become preposterously mixed.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to preposterously, such as: comically, extremely, insanely, laughably, ludicrously, and foolishly.

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