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wildly

wildly

adverb wild·ly \ˈwī(-ə)l(d)-lē\

: in an uncontrolled or excited way : in a wild way

: very or extremely

Full Definition of WILDLY

1
:  in a wild manner <was talking wildly>
2
:  extremely 2 <wildly popular> <wildly enthusiastic>

Examples of WILDLY

  1. He was waving his arms wildly.
  2. I'm not wildly enthusiastic about seeing them.

First Known Use of WILDLY

14th century

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