Adjective : ambitious students. ,an ambitious attempt to break the record. ,ambitious of love and approval. ,an ambitious program for eliminating all slums. From Dictionary.com.
The "ambitiousness" - meter really undermines this. From Wordnik.com. [Daring Fireball] Reference
But you are not your bank account, or your ambitiousness. From Wordnik.com. [nspblues Diary Entry] Reference
Quality was in inverse ratio to length and ambitiousness. From Wordnik.com. [To the Whitehouse] Reference
The ambitiousness of Sebastian Junger's "War" is summed up in its title. From Wordnik.com. [Sebastian Junger's 'War,' reviewed by Philip Caputo] Reference
Most Americans don't appear worried about the president's ambitiousness. From Wordnik.com. [Obama Has Stomach for a Full Plate] Reference
In particular, differences in ambitiousness and legal systems are lacking. From Wordnik.com. [Cooperative Climate~ Chapter 2] Reference
Second, I was struck by the ambitiousness of Hammond's efficiency rhetoric. From Wordnik.com. [The axeman cometh] Reference
The virtue of Pride can best be described by the term: 'moral ambitiousness. From Wordnik.com. [The Virtue of Selfishness]
Yes, she is ambitious, but her ambitiousness drives her to help the country back the way it was. From Wordnik.com. [Clinton supporters tell her: 'It's an honor, Madame President!'] Reference
This is a work of incomparable ambitiousness, in which Walcott weaves his many strands into a whole. From Wordnik.com. [Nobel Prize in Literature 1992 - Press Release] Reference
And I don't want to minimize the ambitiousness of the plan, but every element of this is something that has been planned. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript May 20, 2007] Reference
The Quadrail itself, while shrouded in mystery as to its origins (until later scenes, anyway), is amazing in its ambitiousness and scale. From Wordnik.com. [REVIEW: Night Train to Rigel by Timothy Zahn] Reference
Recognizing the ambitiousness of the program, the HP Vancouver Division created a core team at the outset and gave them a twofold mission. From Wordnik.com. [Managing New Product and Process Development] Reference
Aerial ambitiousness also gave us the balloon boy. From Wordnik.com. [ajc.com - News] Reference
"It's all connected to our ambitiousness," she says. From Wordnik.com. [RISMedia] Reference
I hadn't quite realised the extent of his ambitiousness. From Wordnik.com. [Army Rumour Service] Reference
I'm thinking about boxing it in in various levels of ambitiousness. From Wordnik.com. [Apartment Therapy Main] Reference
The Resistance's insane ambitiousness that demands respect rather than mockery. From Wordnik.com. [Idolator] Reference
The balcony blowhards Statler and Waldorf would be impressed with the ambitiousness of the plan. From Wordnik.com. [RutlandHerald.com] Reference
Such resolutions express the moral ambitiousness of a person wanting to improve his or her self and life. From Wordnik.com. [Capitalism Magazine (CapMag.com)] Reference
"The longer I do it, the more I rely on that drive," Miller said, still addressing the idea of his ambitiousness. From Wordnik.com. [Aspen Times - Top Stories] Reference
Just about the only consistent element across Rundgren's 40-year career has been his infamous level of ambitiousness. From Wordnik.com. [NashvilleScene.com] Reference
There was the whole world of the palace with its intrigues, its countless personal tragedies, its hard ambitiousness. From Wordnik.com. [Slan]
As far as industriousness, drilling, well-defined ambitiousness, were concerned, the young German had many advantages. From Wordnik.com. [Villa Elsa A Story of German Family Life] Reference
In the case of "The Lacuna," Kingsolver's success is partial, but the ambitiousness of her undertaking deserves unstinting praise. From Wordnik.com. Reference
His latest album, Ready for the Weekend, shows off a stadium dance sound that suggests an ambitiousness that has not yet been sated. From Wordnik.com. [Evening Standard - Home] Reference
The would-be plan's ambitiousness has some faculty and staff privately voicing concerns, while students are unfettered to do so publicly. From Wordnik.com. [Top Stories | nashvillecitypaper.com] Reference
This is not easy to do, and defies currently-fashionable, and overwhelmingly negative attitudes towards ambitiousness, elites and "stars". From Wordnik.com. [The Jakarta Post Breaking News] Reference
It was impossible for Carlisle not to contrast her aunt's flabby sentimentalism with her own and her mother's sane, brilliant ambitiousness. From Wordnik.com. [V. V.'s Eyes] Reference
In a way, the very ambitiousness of the reforms vindicates Jon’s distillation of liberalism on its own. From Wordnik.com. [Matthew Yglesias » Liberals and Empiricism] Reference
The really interesting tension in Rush’s music is between the musical ambitiousness and the paucity of the personnel. From Wordnik.com. [Rush: a fanâs notes - Colby Cosh - Macleans.ca] Reference
Part of the ambitiousness. From Wordnik.com. [gillpolack: Today started off at midnight. I know,] Reference
I would call it bad planning and extreme ambitiousness, "he fumes. From Wordnik.com. [NAACHGAANA] Reference
I really love the ambitiousness of the end. From Wordnik.com. [In One Ear...] Reference
I appreciate the effort given its ambitiousness. From Wordnik.com. [orgtheory.net] Reference
"Hylton, thou hast no ambitiousness in thee!. From Wordnik.com. [The White Lady of Hazelwood A Tale of the Fourteenth Century] Reference
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