[ wey-out ]
/ ˈweɪˈaʊt /

adjective Informal.

advanced in style or technique: way-out jazz.
exotic or esoteric in character: way-out theories on nutrition.

Origin of way-out

1950–55; adj. use of way out far off; see way2, out

Definition for way-out (2 of 2)

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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adjective informal

extremely unconventional or experimental; avant-garde
excellent or amazing
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