out·ra·geous /au̇t-'rā-jəs/ adj: going beyond standards of decency: utterly intolerable in a civilized societyoutrageous conductout·ra·geous·ly advout·ra·geous·ness n
Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam-Webster. 1996.
abominable, absurd, abusive, acrimonious, affronting, arrant, atrocious, barefaced, base, black, brazen, conspicuous, contemptible, contumeliosus, contumelious, corrupt, cruel, deplorable, despicable, despiteful, dire, disgraceful, dishonorable, disobliging, disrespectful, drastic, egregious, enormous, exaggerated, excessive, execrable, exorbitant, extreme, fanatic, fanatical, ferocious, flagitious, flagrant, foul, fulsome, galling, glaring, gross, grossly offensive, harmful, hateful, heinous, horrifying, hot-headed, hyperbolical, ignoble, immanis, immense, immoderate, immoderatus, infamous, infuriating, iniquitous, injurious, inordinate, insolent, insulting, intolerable, low, mad, madcap, malevolent, malicious, malign, malignant, maniacal, monstrous, nefarious, notorious, odious, offensive, opprobrious, overdone, perfidious, preposterous, questionable, rabid, radical, raging, reprehensible, scandalous, shameless, shocking, sinful, spiteful, tempestuous, unconscionable, undue, unpleasant, unreasonable, unwarranted, villainous, wanton, wicked, wild, wrongful
associated concepts: outrageous conduct
arrant (onerous), deplorable, diabolic, disgraceful, disorderly, drastic, egregious, excessive, exorbitant, extreme (exaggerated), flagrant, gross (flagrant), heinous, inept (inappropriate), inexcusable, inordinate, insolent, irrational, nefarious, notorious, offensive (offending), presumptuous, scandalous, unconscionable, undue (excessive), unwarranted
Burton's Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006