The storyline is wildly unrealistic. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
Attacked wildly, slashing and stabbing over and over. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
He gesticulated wildly. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
Opto Network has been running rural trials, which he describes as wildly successful. From Wordnik.com. [Computerworld] Reference
She called his name wildly and there was no reply. From Wordnik.com. [When Egypt Went Broke] Reference
That's what we call a wildly swingin 'poll numbers. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Poll: Slight majority approve of Obama on economy] Reference
If this was Unfogged, the thread would now spin wildly out of control. From Wordnik.com. [Matthew Yglesias » Also: The Sky Is Blue] Reference
Different plastics react to conservation efforts in wildly different ways. From Wordnik.com. [Fire Damaged Coins Conserved : Coin Collecting News] Reference
We as writers must tackle the subject, and we do so in wildly diverse ways. From Wordnik.com. [September 2007] Reference
Don't extrapolate wildly from the data and don't look for grandiose results. From Wordnik.com. [2005 December - Telic Thoughts] Reference
Nearby is a set of Nazi toy soldiers with a miniature Hitler orating wildly from a podium. From Wordnik.com. [Why Did Germans Embrace Him?] Reference
'On recovering I called wildly for my children, and went to the window -- but you were gone!. From Wordnik.com. [A Sicilian Romance] Reference
I swear, watching you losers thrash around wildly is the best entertainment on the Net these days. From Wordnik.com. [Sound Politics: Urban Legends And Eric Oemig] Reference
Note that in each of these elections, the exit polls differed wildly from the ‘official’ results. From Wordnik.com. [Think Progress » Bush: American Foreign Policy No Longer Seeks to ‘Manage Calm’] Reference
"Here's the whip han'le!" she called wildly, as the wind caught her skirts and twisted them about her. From Wordnik.com. [A Romance of Billy-Goat Hill] Reference
Certainly she was off before he had fairly slackened to a walk, throwing herself wildly from the saddle. From Wordnik.com. [A Little Bush Maid] Reference
I am now going to extrapolate wildly from a single study, because that's what newspaper science writers do. From Wordnik.com. [The epidemiology of happiness] Reference
He raised her from the floor, and endeavoured to soothe her to composure, when she called wildly upon Ferdinand. From Wordnik.com. [A Sicilian Romance] Reference
She seizes documents, makes as if to run wildly from the room, stops abruptly to reconsider, and changes her mind. From Wordnik.com. [THEFT] Reference
Then there's "The Last Castle", "The Moon Moth" and a whole boatload of other stories set in wildly exotic locations. From Wordnik.com. [Jack Vance "To Live Forever" & other extravaganzas] Reference
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. From Wordnik.com. [April 12th, 2010] Reference
To speak in wildly oversimplifying terms, written science fiction is about speculation; visual science fiction is about spectacle. From Wordnik.com. [MIND MELD: Which Medium is Driving Science Fiction...Books or Film/TV?] Reference
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. From Wordnik.com. [Who’s Thrilling You Now? –The New Guns of the Thriller Genre; an Author Panel] Reference
Look at mother! "she called wildly, impatiently, fiercely even. From Wordnik.com. [A Sheaf of Corn] Reference
Timothy stopped running and called wildly himself for Arethusa. From Wordnik.com. [The Heart of Arethusa] Reference
She drew herself up, called wildly on all her powers to resent the insult. From Wordnik.com. [The Incomplete Amorist] Reference
And almost stepping on the chain was another battery mule, calling wildly for. From Wordnik.com. [The Jungle Book] Reference
Lady Carbis knelt by the sofa, and called wildly on my friend to speak to her. From Wordnik.com. ["The Pomp of Yesterday"] Reference
Wait a minute, Molly! "she called wildly down the pit, warm all over in excitement. From Wordnik.com. [Understood Betsy] Reference
Molly is at the door first, beating upon it, and calling wildly on the name of Brown. From Wordnik.com. [The Danvers Jewels, and Sir Charles Danvers] Reference
Those of the party who remained below were now calling wildly to know what had happened. From Wordnik.com. [Otherwise Phyllis] Reference
Anne called wildly after him, not caring in the least for the other dumbfounded onlookers. From Wordnik.com. [Anne of the Island] Reference
Somewhere below I could hear Genevieve calling wildly and some one pounding away upon a door. From Wordnik.com. [The Paternoster Ruby] Reference
Actually, it was John who was articulating a foreign policy that could be called wildly idealistic for the cause of freedom. From Wordnik.com. [Tony Blair on Obama and McCain] Reference
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