absurdly in a sentence

Plain chocolate was becoming quite absurdly rare.

Modern hard drives are absurdly large compared to music files .

The map is absurdly huge, measuring 40 square kilometres.

Plus statues of limitation are sometimes absurdly short.

This is absurdly puzzling logic on both fronts.

In calm scenes this merely looks absurdly unnatural .

The U.S. medical system is absurdly expensive .

The media view of Newcastle supporters is absurdly twisted.

You are absurdly careless about sending out invitations.

Sometimes the rhetoric became positively and absurdly hyperbolic.

Afterwards he had felt absurdly near to tears.

Now, this might sound absurdly obvious.

So the rate of death for helmet users is absurdly high.

The range of outcomes for any particular pitch is absurdly broad .

In addition to this , air travel is absurdly cheap nowadays.

But “the number is absurdly inflated,” he insisted.

The long passes that did reach Kevin Davies proved absurdly ineffective.

He doesn’t demand an absurdly high return on investment.

But unlike most, my dream job is absurdly specific.

Punishment for these acts was either nonexistent or absurdly light.

The answer is almost absurdly simple : They spoke first.

Early attempts were absurdly bulky , inflexible and needed too much electricity.

I reply: that’s absurdly hypothetical.

To begin with, the actual battlefield seemed so absurdly small.

Blue jeans are absurdly popular as casual wear in the USA .

Put together in a book his ideas made him absurdly rich.

Then , make the ordering process and instructions absurdly clear.

absurdly , my eyes almost filled with tears of gratitude.

Jack was suddenly aware that he sounded absurdly melodramatic.

All you can do is make things absurdly complicated.

It was an absurdly ambitious deal that was shot down by shareholders .

She s going to need it given Paracelsus absurdly enhanced control.

This thing is absurdly , unprecedentedly fast.

It seems absurdly presumptuous to answer the question .

He will look absurdly good value if remotely near his best .

Always so absurdly liberal, not to say egalitarian.

Wherever wealth is absurdly concentrated, new laws arise to protect it.

It sounds absurdly low, but it was something in those days.

That is the reason behind Britain’s absurdly cruel laws on immigration.

I spent a month or two being absurdly enthusiastic about unrealistic goals.

The price was absurdly high.

A French proverb observes that what makes us discontented with our condition is the absurdly exaggerated idea we have of the happiness of others.

The public was not told and tickets went for absurdly high amounts of money.

Yet it trades at just five times this year’s earnings estimates, which is absurdly cheap.

Sometimes absurdly silly and just as often grimly severe, but always aiming to be of interest.

Everyone in the world has noticed that Vancouver and Toronto house prices are soaring absurdly.

She tripped on her absurdly long dress, and was lying on the stairs for an agonizingly long time.