unconventional; offbeat; avant-garde.
recondite or esoteric.
- far-outness, noun
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How to use far-out in a sentence
As fluent in drug trade jargon as Martian, Future peppers his lyrics with interstellar imagery befitting of his far out vocals.Future Makes Us Rethink Everything We Thought We Knew About Rap Artists | Luke Hopping | December 15, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
In any case, it accommodated Pigpen very nicely; he was indeed one far-out gentleman, no doubt about it, none at all.
Some of these seemingly far out ideas are already being realized.
The other issue on which Clinton got pretty far out there was on Iran and the current nuclear negotiations.
The Tea Party wave, which would crest a few months later, still seemed far out to shore.
"I thought we hit a man," said the engineer, swinging his lantern far out into the darkness.A Lost Hero | Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward and Herbert D. Ward
One is that the English should have gone so far out of their way as to besiege Dunaverty so zealously, or at all.King Robert the Bruce | A. F. Murison
The noise reached far out over the plain and across the hills and awoke the little babes that were sleeping in their cradles.The Awakening and Selected Short Stories | Kate Chopin
He had gone to bathe in the river, had slipped too far out, and not knowing how to swim had almost been drowned.Kari the Elephant | Dhan Gopal Mukerji
At dawn the next day she strays far out to aPg 156 forest, where she finds a hermit.Frdric Mistral | Charles Alfred Downer
British Dictionary definitions for far-out
bizarre or avant-garde
an expression of amazement or delight
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Other Idioms and Phrases with far-out
Unusual or eccentric; very advanced. for example, Painting blindfolded, that's far out, or Her child-rearing theories are far out.
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