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preposterous
used in Anne Of Green Gables

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Definition
absurd, outrageous, silly, or completely unreasonable
  • As Marilla watched the bright, animated face and graceful motions her thoughts went back to the evening Anne had arrived at Green Gables, and memory recalled a vivid picture of the odd, frightened child in her preposterous yellowish-brown wincey dress, the heartbreak looking out of her tearful eyes.
    Chapter 34 — A Queen's Girl (12% in)

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