ambitiously ambitiously  /æm ˈbɪ ʃəs li/


  • (adv) with ambition; in an ambitious and energetic manner


  1. At the height of the space race, NASA ambitiously scheduled ten lunar landings, planning to send Americans to the moon every four months or so until the end of 1972.
  2. On the one hand are the scientists, who with few exceptions think climate change is very serious and needs to be dealt with immediately and ambitiously.
  3. More ambitiously, against the backdrop of a weakened West, Beijing sees an opportunity to assert itself globally.


  • Fall Out Boy Get Tortured in Violent 'Alone Together' Video

    Fall Out Boy have already shared the first three entries in their 11-part "Young Blood Chronicles" video series, and now the reunited emo-pop princes have dropped the fourth. The above clip for "Alone Together" — the newest single from FOB's ambitiously titled comeback album, Save Rock and Roll — continues the brutal war of the sexes previously waged in the videos for 
    on July 2, 2013     Source: Spin


  1. "The more ambitious the commitments by developed countries, the more actions we can expect from developing countries," Ban said. "The more developing countries engage, the more ambitiously the developed countries will commit."
    on Feb 11, 2008 By: Ban Ki-moon Source: Xinhua

  2. "We hope that someday this institution will eclipse Google itself in overall world impact by ambitiously applying innovation and significant resources to the largest of the world's problems," Brin and Page say in a message on the site.
    on Oct 12, 2005 By: Larry Page Source:

  3. "This is a nice win, certainly, but not one that we are going to rest and reflect on but choose to improve on ambitiously," Miles said.
    on Oct 24, 2009 By: Les Miles Source: WWL First News

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