Meaning of extraneously in English:



See extraneous

‘Now, would that not argue that of their nature suppression orders are interlocutory because circumstances can change and information can get out extraneously - especially in the age of the Internet.’
  • ‘The guests of the banquet sway extraneously from portrayals as parasites, wild, carnivorous beasts and ravenous dogs to spoilt brats at a kids' party to well mannered socialites.’
  • ‘The banal plot is rather loosely and extraneously hung on this framework of alleged historical fact.’



/ɪkˈstreɪnɪəsli/ /ɛkˈstreɪnɪəsli/