Slang Very unconventional, unusual, or strange.(adjective)
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Use "way-out" in a sentence
"The result of this ideological child abuse is hardly surprising: a creepy weirdness, way-out notions, and poisonous historical perspectives."
"While he's governor, though, he can be treated the way you hate-filled, way-out, unChristian, wife-beating conservatives treat our president, namely call him every name in the book and if he denies anything he's a dirty liar."
"We at We Are The Change believe it was a falsified terrorist attack, that the buildings came down with internally placed demolition. why do they have to go so far way-out??? why not just accuse bushco of ignoring the warnings (FACT), maybe even hoping for that “pearl harbor” event to push the neoCON agenda …? much more believable and palatable …"