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Correct spelling for OUTGRAGEOUS
We think the word outgrageous is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for outgrageous
- Outrage(Definition of outrage)
- Outrageous(Definition of outrageous)
- Outrageously(Definition of outrageously)
- Courageous(Definition of courageous)
"gentlemen," said robinson, turning pale, "will you permit this outrage?"
Calcutta became plagued by power outages, labor unrest, disappearing industry, and violence from the naxalite movement.
I had heard of him also, and of his outrageous treatment of women.
The king gives them half-pay, which is more than is used in such cases, for they never used to have any thing, and yet the men were most outrageously discontented, and did rail and curse us till i was troubled to hear it, and wished myself unconcerned therein.
They are denied the right to walk in certain public places accessible to every class unless they go as nurses, and are forbidden to assemble in evening meetings, and forced to be in the house unless they have passes, by an early hour in the night, and in fact they are hampered or hemmed in on every side; subject to insults from any rude, coarse or brutal white, and in case of outrages, denied their testimony.
You cannot imagine how brave and resolute, how truly courageous he was!