preposterous
Adjective

preposterous

  1. Absurd, or contrary to common sense.
    • 2016 January 30, "America deserves more from presidential hopefuls ↗," The National (retrieved 31 January 2016):
      Democrats, too, must be criticised. While they have not made preposterous statements or been threatening or demagogic, they, all too often, have come up short, failing to propose new ideas that can help unwind conflicts raging across the Middle East.
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