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Noun: way out  wey-awt
  1. An opening that permits escape or release
    "he blocked the way out";
    - exit, issue, outlet
Adjective: way-out  'wey,awt
Usage: informal
  1. Strikingly unconventional
    "Their way-out plans were put on hold when they realized how much it would cost";
    - far-out [informal], kinky [informal], offbeat [informal], quirky [informal]

Derived forms: way outs

See also: unconventional

Type of: opening