Wildly

Definitions of "Wildly"

In a wild state or manner, in any sense.

Wild.

In a wild manner; without cultivation; with disorder; rudely; distractedly; extravagantly. adverb

In a wild, uncontrolled manner. adverb

In an uncontrolled or unrestrained manner adverb

With violent and uncontrollable passion adverb

To an extreme or greatly exaggerated degree adverb

The word "Wildly" in example sentences

Ellis, then a young attorney fresh from the rigors of law school and what he describes as a wildly unsuccessful stint as a professor in California, closed his criminal defense practice in State College, Pennsylvania, and set out to transform himself into an expert in a new legal sub-specialty he dubbed AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

Ellis, then a young attorney fresh from the rigors of law school and what he describes as a wildly unsuccessful stint as a professor in California, closed his criminal defense practice in State College, Pennsylvania, and set out to transform himself into an expert in a new legal sub-specialty he dubbed AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

Opto Network has been running rural trials, which he describes as wildly successful. Computerworld

Using the 4 Disciplines of Execution we then take on what we call a wildly important goal, those stores that are under performing on the customer loyalty metric or some other metric, take that on as a goal. US Market Commentary from Seeking Alpha

Given those three prerequisites, I am convinced that most weight loss programs remain wildly unsuccessful because they don't pay attention to people's thinking. Judith S. Beck, Ph.D.: Dieting: The Missing Ingredient for Success

And suddenly Quinn had four dead bodies to dispose of and one astounding clue — to a mystery that is about to spin wildly out of control. Who’s Thrilling You Now? –The New Guns of the Thriller Genre; an Author Panel

Had he been no more than a savage, he would have leapt wildly from the place or else sprung upon her and destroyed her. Chapter 2

Nearby is a set of Nazi toy soldiers with a miniature Hitler orating wildly from a podium. Why Did Germans Embrace Him?

They form different social aggregates and exchange goods and services within wildly different parameters (and exhibit hypocritical sexual tastes that diverge from procreative mandates – ask our troops about that). Subhumans | ATTACKERMAN

Thanks to all who came, it was great to see you and to share the joy of people beating up other people in wildly improbably ways. April 12th, 2010

Whenever the federal government has taken on tasks that should, I think, be limited to families, communities, churches, and other local or state institutions, it has usually done a mediocre to very poor job and has come in wildly over budget. Education

That's what we call a wildly swingin 'poll numbers. CNN Poll: Slight majority approve of Obama on economy

However, ALL we have to do is remind ourselves that people interpret our own Christian Bible in wildly different ways, too. The Fort Hood shooting suspect’s religion is not the point « Dating Jesus

Whenever the federal government has taken on tasks that should, I think, be limited to families, communities, churches, and other local or state institutions, it has usually done a mediocre to very poor job and has come in wildly over budget. Insight Scoop | The Ignatius Press Blog:

Oh sure. .these yo-yo's ... no insult intended to the toy, which is supposed to go up and down and spin wildly ... these yo-yo's do their damage and slink off to their 100% pension and Obamacare-exempt healthcare for life (no offense to the slinky either). Stupak to announce retirement

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