outré

[ oo-trey ]
/ uˈtreɪ /

adjective

passing the bounds of what is usual or considered proper; unconventional; bizarre.

Origin of outré

1715–25; < French, past participle of outrer to push beyond bounds (see outrage)
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outré

/ (ˈuːtreɪ) /

adjective

deviating from what is usual or proper

Word Origin for outré

C18: from French past participle of outrer to pass beyond
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