The government's forecasts are wildly optimistic.⇒
a wildly successful choreographer⇒
The scheme has proved wildly popular.⇒
They gave wildly different versions of what happened.⇒
The standard varies wildly.
The audience applauded wildly.⇒
Peter was gesticulating wildly from halfway up the steps.
He was wildly angry when he heard what I'd done.
He hit out wildly at his captors.⇒
She splashed about wildly, trying to reach the edge of the pool.
a wild stretch of land
a wild storm
wild with anger
a wild guess
jacks are wild
See wild and woolly
See run wild
See the wild
A young Theresa Russell plays Cecilia Brady in a style wildly at odds with that of Robert Mitchum, playing her father.DE NIRO: A Biography (2002)
But we must not start lashing out wildly at mosques and symbols of people's belief.Sun, News of the World (2001)
Dahl cooked the way he wrote, making wildly inventive creations that had never seen the inside of a cookery book.Glasgow Herald (2001)
For a moment she even wildly thought of casting a spell to improve her hearing.LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
Mr Gill added,'The programme's wildly distorted picture of farming has left British farmers fuming.Country Life (2004)
Sam threw the drawer down noisily on the kitchen floor and looked wildly around him.Murder Moves In
Spectel is not making any forecasts but brokers close to the company are wildly optimistic.Irish Times (2002)
The group of swarthy men were waving their arms wildly , indicating that the newcomers were to leave at once.The Secret of the Forgotten City
To leave him to his own devices in the post-9/ 11 world would have been wildly irresponsible.Globe and Mail (2003)