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abut, adjoin, border, brush, butt on, caress, come together, communicate, contact, converge.
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Correct spelling:
outlandish

Synonyms:

adjective
absurd
implausible, nonsensical, invalid, impossible, ludicrous, irrational, ridiculous, foolish, fallacious, self-contradictory, preposterous, anachronistic, inane, absurd, incongruous, crazy, illogical, bizarre, idiotic, paradoxical, meaningless, eccentric, silly, farcical, stupid, inconsistent, contradictory, senseless.
bizarre, strange
extravagant, rude, droll, tasteless, odd, singular, foreign, unusual, clumsy, peculiar, freakish, erratic, outre, gauche, curious, unorthodox, eccentric, wild, boorish, ultra, quaint, awkward, weird, fantastic, whimsical, unconventional, preposterous, alien, grotesque, uncouth, kinky, ridiculous, barbaric, graceless, outrageous, exotic, far-out, queer, unheard-of, barbarous.
exaggerated
tall.
exceptional
noteworthy, peculiar, marvelous, outstanding, exceptional, sensational, fabulous, phenomenal, wonderful, miraculous, unprecedented, notable, excellent, extraordinary, exotic, fantastic, superior, Wonderous, unusual, novel, remarkable, striking.
extraneous
extraterrestrial, unessential, eerie, removed, extraneous, inadmissible, segregated, nonessential, disjoint, irrelevant, alien, unrelated, detached, Unallied, other, estranged, parenthetical, outer, foreign-born, outside, impertinent, separated, separate, exotic, extrinsic, disconnected, foreign, unaffiliated, immaterial, inapplicable, inappropriate, dissociated, disaffiliated, strange, external.
extreme
ultra.
nonconforming
mismatch, unique, fey, oddball, peculiar, un-ordinary, odd, misfit, oddity, funny, crosspatch, aberrant, uncommon, unfamiliar, strange, bizarre, crazy, irregular, unusual, exceptional, deranged, improper, incompatible, incongruous, curious, uncustomary, abnormal, quirky, different, anomalous, singular, freakish, queer, idiosyncratic, unconventional, deviant, novel, out of the ordinary, divergent, nonconforming, erratic, eccentric, untypical, inconsistent, extraordinary, atypical, off.
remote
in a backwater, off beaten path, off-lying, god-knows-where, middle of nowhere.
ridiculous
weird, incredible, comical, ridiculous, silly, eccentric, laughable, poppycock, nonsensical, crazy, curious, dubious, preposterous, ludicrous, farcical, oddball, bizarre, grotesque, foolish, outrageous, absurd.
screwy
screwy.
tasteless
lowdown, low-down, low-down-and-dirty.
unbelievable
open to doubt, for the birds, cockamamie, beyond belief, won't wash, past belief, full of holes, lamebrained, won't hold water.
unheard-of
unheard of, Unrenowned, unheard-of, little-known.
unthinkable
beyond possibility.
vulgar
gross, rank, depraved, coarse, glaring, rude, shameless, earthy, in bad taste, crude, repulsive, animal, cockney, sordid, raw, degraded, tactless, colloquial, indelicate, undignified, unrefined, revolting, clumsy, base, cheap, idiomatic, scandalous, crass, inelegant, broad, homespun, barbaric, coarse-grained, garish, unseemly, salty, chintzy, ignoble, philistine, boorish, barnyard, tawdry, graceless, ignominious, rough, unpolished, sleazy, common, profane, vulgar, brazen, tasteless, low, brutish, gaudy, ill-bred, offensive, obscene, unbecoming.
noun
outlandish
flaky, unconventional, eccentric, bizarre, freakish, outre, freaky.
uncouth
gauche.
Examples of usage:
  1. The pale, spiritual face, the eyes that seemed to mingle with the moonlight, the sweet, airy voice, and the outlandish name, almost made the Puritan believe that the boy was in truth a being which had sprung up out of the grave on which he sat. – From-Twice-Told-Tales by Hawthorne, Nathaniel
  2. He looked upon her as an outlandish freak, but his heavy British heart was surrendered to her entirely, and he watched over her with a solicitude that amused and touched her. – The Explorer by W. Somerset Maugham
  3. You'll give up that outlandish Greek, and all that babel of foreign tongues, and your fine friends, and your grand college, and you hopes of being a famous woman by and by? – A Sweet Girl Graduate by Mrs. L.T. Meade

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