Meaning of outlandishness in English:

outlandishness

Pronunciation /aʊtˈlandɪʃnəs/

noun

See outlandish

‘It was the outlandishness of some of the requests.’
  • ‘Her first zine, from which the collection takes its title, presents a young girl's most embarrassing memories, which steadily build in outlandishness.’
  • ‘It's all there, in its laughable outlandishness.’
  • ‘He does so in the outlandishness of his extremes and the marvellous and continual flow of sometimes absurd paradoxes.’
  • ‘Every lad was sporting tartan of varying degrees of outlandishness.’