out there

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out + there

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out there (comparative more out there, superlative most out there)

  1. (informal) Extreme; crazy, nutty, loony.
    I like the ideas Melissa came up with, but Brad's ideas were just out there.

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out there

  1. (informal) in the public eye
    If you want to improve your public speaking, you should put yourself out there more.
  2. (informal) in the world at large
    There are a lot of crazy people out there.
  3. (informal) vulnerable to rejection or scrutiny from another person, especially in a romantic context
    If you want to find love, you'll have to put yourself out there.

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