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  1. wild·ly
    IPA[ˈwīldlē]
  2. adverb

    • 1. in a way that lacks discipline or restraint:

      toddlers run wildly in circles the audience cheered wildly she was wildly enthusiastic about the food
    • 2. in a way that indicates distraction or strong emotion:

      he ran to us, staring wildly his face is red, his arms gesticulating wildly
    • 3. to a ridiculous or extreme degree:

      he has a tendency to exaggerate wildly oil prices have fluctuated wildly since May a wildly impractical scheme
    • adverb

      in a way that lacks discipline or restraint:

      in a way that indicates distraction or strong emotion:

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