[ wey-out ]
/ ˈweɪˈaʊt /
advanced in style or technique: way-out jazz.
exotic or esoteric in character: way-out theories on nutrition.
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avant-garde, esoteric, exotic, experimental, far-out, nonconformist, odd, offbeat, peculiar, quirky, strange, unusual, untraditional, cool, exciting, fantastic, great, groovy, hip, neat
- way point,
- way station,
- way the wind blows, which,
- way to go,
- wayfaring tree
Origin of way-out
the means by which a predicament, dilemma, etc., may be solved.
Chiefly British. an exit or exit door, as in a theater.
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Examples from the Web for way-out
“No other artist would give me the opportunity to devise such original and way-out creations,” Armani explains.Armani Goes Gaga: Giorgio Armani Intoxicated by Lady Gaga|Robin Givhan|February 6, 2011|DAILY BEAST
extremely unconventional or experimental; avant-garde
excellent or amazing
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