Preposterous in a Sentence


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Preposterous - Definition


contrary to nature, reason, or common sense


Use Preposterous in a sentence



His idea of selling dead bugs for big money is totally preposterous!


Even though the plan sounds preposterous, I think it can be done.


The new laws are preposterous and will not solve the real crime issue.


Although you are a fast runner, it is preposterous to think you can catch that car on foot.


Anyone who drives under the influence is behaving in a preposterous manner.

While everyone knew Ellen had some unusual habits, her preposterous claim of being an alien really concerned some people.


The movie’s preposterous ending included a six-year-old serial killer who got rid of people by giving them poisoned candy.


Although I normally adore John Smith’s novels, I am turned off by the preposterous storyline of the author’s latest book.


It is preposterous to assume you can pass a college entrance test without studying.


If you believe that preposterous story, then you are sure to believe my story about the dog that gave birth to a peacock.


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Preposterous synonyms


crazy, foolish, insane, ridiculous, nonsensical, bizarre, absurd, ludicrous, unthinkable




Preposterous antonyms


reasonable, realistic