crazily crazily  /ˈkreɪ zə li/


  • (adv) in an insane manner



  1. Today, waltzes from a cheap keyboard echo crazily from walls stained with decades of cigarette smoke.
  2. Dusty and Sweets McGee is not even so much a movie about dope as it is about a lifestyle; it is a lamentation for part of a generation crazily enamored of slow narcotic suicide.
  3. For most of its 700-plus pages it's so crazily, scarily, sumptuously readable that you hate to put it aside even as the last paragraph thunders down on your head.


  • Globe Trotting: Architizer has a look at the...

    Architizer has a look at the crazily redone Chungha Building, in Gangnam—it's a neighborhood in Seoul, South Korea, you know, not just a song or Christmas lights display. What was once blah has been spiffed up with huge colored windows...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Curbed


  1. "One thing I've learned from my study of happiness that is crazily effective is that you should act the way you want to feel," Rubin says. "We really feel because of the way we act."
    on Oct 27, 2008 By: Gretchen Rubin Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. "We didn't even anticipate there would be anything come of that little stunt. It was just a funny idea we thought. It went crazily out of control. I came last year but I was very uninvited then," Craig Reucassel said.
    on Apr 27, 2008 By: Craig Reucassel Source:

  3. "Crazily enough, as a very young guy as the voice of the Cincinnati Reds in 1972, I was hired by NBC to work the Sapporo Olympic Games in Japan," Michaels recalled. "There were only eight announcers, including Curt Gowdy and Jay Randolph and...
    on Jan 31, 2010 By: Al Michaels Source: Toronto Sun

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