Etymology
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outre (adj.)

"exaggerated, extravagant, eccentric, passing the bounds of what is usual or proper," 1722, from French outré "exaggerated, excessive, extreme," past participle of outrer "to carry to excess, overdo, overstrain, exaggerate," from outre "beyond," from Latin ultra "beyond" (from suffixed form of PIE root *al- "beyond").

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Definitions of outre

outre (adj.)
conspicuously or grossly unconventional or unusual;
outre and affected stage antics
Synonyms: bizarre / eccentric / freakish / freaky / flaky / flakey / gonzo / off-the-wall / outlandish
From wordnet.princeton.edu