Wildly - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈwɑɪldli|  American pronunciation of the word wildly
Brit.  |ˈwaɪldli|  British pronunciation of the word wildly

adverb

- to an extreme or greatly exaggerated degree

the storyline is wildly unrealistic

- in an uncontrolled or unrestrained manner

He gesticulated wildly

- with violent and uncontrollable passion

attacked wildly, slashing and stabbing over and over

Examples

He was waving his arms wildly.

I'm not wildly enthusiastic about seeing them.

The audience cheered wildly.

The band is wildly popular in Cuba.

He gesticulated wildly

attacked wildly, slashing and stabbing over and over

I'm not wildly enthusiastic about your latest idea.

The crowd was yelling wildly.

He stood on the stage, emoting and gesturing wildly.

He was wildly flailing about on the dance floor.

His latest film is a wildly amusing romp.

Something was thrashing wildly in the water.

He is always falling wildly in and out of love with dishy dollies.

The vapour is eddying wildly in the air.

The boat rocked wildly, hurling him into the water.

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