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Now in the NFC, Brady has added a preposterous 14th title game appearance to his résumé.Aaron Rodgers, entering a showdown with Tom Brady, has gone from chippy to chill|Jerry Brewer|January 22, 2021|Washington Post
The idea of TV advertising has long been considered preposterous for B2B marketing.CTV and B2B: 3 reasons why Connected TV advertising is primed for B2B|Sponsored Content: SteelHouse|October 12, 2020|Search Engine Land
Does this mean that we've preposterously ceded the ability to shape our perceptions to small groups of crazy people?Boston Marathon Attacks Will Now Define Terrorism For Americans|Hussein Ibish|April 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But that, however preposterously, is their perception and reputation.
Austen was a mathematician of social interaction, and her novels are impossibly, preposterously good.Pulitzer Winner Jennifer Egan’s PEN Festival Book Bag|Jennifer Egan|April 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Acceptance rates at top schools have fallen to preposterously low levels.
The cardboard is preposterously thick—thicker than the wedding invitation of a Saudi sheik.
The head itself was preposterously small and was supported on an equally preposterous, thick, short neck.Before Adam|Jack London
This resolution was made in deference to the opinion of others, and to the public feeling, which was so preposterously excited.The Life of Horatio Lord Nelson|Robert Southey
Wetherbee stared into the shaven, haunted face thus preposterously thrust at him across the years.Where the Pavement Ends|John Russell
But it was a preposterously difficult task to get across an undercut to where he could grasp a stunted tree.The Invaders|William Fitzgerald Jenkins
Strangely, her glances seemed to have become preposterously mixed.The Wolf Cub|Patrick Casey