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wild

mod. exciting; eccentric; cool. Things are really wild here.
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He rose; he ran to us, staring wildly, and still shaking with fear.
Branches, great and small, torn away by the ferocity of the tornado, hurtled through the wildly waving verdure, carrying death and destruction to countless unhappy denizens of the thickly peopled world below.
When, another time, in all innocence this happened again, he became conscious of it and of its effect upon her; and thereafter, when she grew too wildly wild, too wantonly facetious in her teasing playful love of him, he would thrust his muzzle at her face and make her throw her head back to escape him.
He began to roar a song and stamp back and forth before the foot-lights, wildly waving a glossy silk hat and throwing leers, or smiles, broadcast.
We waved wildly back until the buggy had driven around the curve.
She caught the shawl as she spoke, and looked about for the owner: in another moment the White Queen came running wildly through the wood, with both arms stretched out wide, as if she were flying, and Alice very civilly went to meet her with the shawl.
As she said the words the brooch flew open, and the Queen clutched wildly at it, and tried to clasp it again.
In the meantime that rascal, Pinocchio, free now from the clutches of the Carabineer, was running wildly across fields and meadows, taking one short cut after another toward home.
In this moment of approaching success, I feel my heart beating wildly.
Too long have I lived wildly in wild remoteness, to return to thee without tears!
She caught her breath and sobbed wildly for a moment.
she cried out, threatening the Sergeant wildly with her hand.
She imprinted her cold white lips passionately on its forehead; passed her hands over her face; gazed wildly round; shuddered; fell back--and died.
CHRIS EVANS is one of those guys who seems to be wildly successful despite being wildly unpopular - and that is annoying because I've mastered only half of that trick.
Primarily, this project is wildly uneconomic, on several counts.