wild-eyed

ADJECTIVE
  1. appearing extremely agitated
    crowded the wild-eyed animals into a truck
  2. not sensible about practical matters; idealistic and unrealistic
    as quixotic as a restoration of medieval knighthood
    a romantic disregard for money
    a wild-eyed dream of a world state
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How To Use wild-eyed In A Sentence

  • She was a homely woman from a small town, not some wild-eyed adventuress who could take on the world. HEAVEN, TEXAS
  • It was seldom spectacular, lacking the Van Gogh-like, wild-eyed artistry of Cunningham, but it worked.
  • A bowlegged, wild-eyed madman with a gun kept pacing around them, threatening all kinds of unpleasantries, and when Blair raised his eyes, he spotted James Ellison lurking on the upper level of the loft.
  • These were not wild-eyed, rabble-rousing ruffians.
  • crowded the wild-eyed animals into a truck
  • The result is a decidedly mixed bag of campy humor, wild-eyed fantasy and high-tech special effects.
  • The team was like the "musher," lean and wild-eyed, after their four hundred miles of merciless driving. Colorado Jim
  • And then it started to pour down rain, so I trudged back to my car like some wild-eyed prophet, taunted by the laughing kookaburras as I passed them.
  • His hair stood on end, as if he'd been running his hands through it; ink stained one finger; and he had the wild-eyed look of a horse about to start bucking.
  • That wild-eyed amphibian has brought people together across the land, uniting one and all across this nation in their shared annoyance.
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