Definition of 'manically'
Example sentences containing 'manically'
This house was a remarkable find), his mind was racing even faster than usual, hopping manically from one subject to the next.TEN STEPS TO HAPPINESS (2003)
Mrs Knapp had one that looked almost manically cheery, but this one appeared sad, as if it could see the boy and wept for him.DOLL'S EYES (2003)
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