praeposterous

6 Mar
preposterous
prɪˈpɒst(ə)rəs/
adjective
adjective: preposterous
  1. contrary to reason or common sense; utterly absurd or ridiculous.
    “a preposterous suggestion”
    antonyms: reasonable, sensible
Origin
mid 16th century: from Latin praeposterus ‘reversed, absurd’ (from prae ‘before’ + posterus ‘coming after’) + -ous.
 Use over time for: preposterous
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