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View definitions for way-out

way-out

adjective as in unconventional

adjective as in excellent

noun as in way of escape

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It would seem that in splurging on wine our political class is way out ahead of many of their constituents.

Fumes filled the arena, engines revved, and the beastly vehicles made their way out on to the spotlight.

The victims understandably wish he would have “finished it” when he started almost 20 years ago, not on his way out.

There was a provision in the Union Conscription Act of 1863 that allowed wealthy men to pay $300 to buy their way out of service.

Dressing up as an angel around a really old person is guaranteed to make them think they're on their way out, said Rivers.

There was no one to help and no one to care, and the best way out of the business was by death.

“Yes; it is the best way out of her troubles; she begins to see that,” he said, with a strange smile.

"And it is difficult to find the way out now, for all the doors are locked," laughed another loudly.

The fingers of his right hand constricted on Burkey's throat until the man's eyes crawled a little way out of their sockets.

But to-day the brooding trouble came, and I was at my wits ends for a way out.

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On this page you'll find 66 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to way-out, such as: avant-garde, esoteric, exotic, experimental, far-out, and nonconformist.

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

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