Out*land"ish (?), a. [AS. útlendisc foreign. See Out, Land, and -ish.]


Foreign; not native.

Him did outlandish women cause to sin. Neh. xiii. 26.

Its barley water and its outlandish wines. G. W. Cable.


Hence: Not according with usage; strange; rude; barbarous; uncouth; clownish; as, an outlandish dress, behavior, or speech.

Something outlandish, unearthy, or at variance with ordinary fashion. Hawthorne.

--Out*land"ish*ly, adv. -- Out*land"ish*ness, n.


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