insanely insanely

Definition(s):

  1. (adv) in an insane manner
  2. (adv) (used as intensives) extremely

Usage(s):

  1. Director Frank Oz has made an insanely funny, slightly out-of-control farce that crosses the line just once or twice.
  2. Their videos are insanely popular.
  3. He's created a body of work virtually all of it available on his handsome, helpful website that is as broad, deep, reliable and rewarding as it is insanely prolific.

News

  1. Join the pro wrestler costume contest to celebrate the one-year anniversary of Tuesday Night Juggernaut

    To celebrate, the usual (and insanely charitable) $3 cover buys you access to a total blowout featuring hardcore metallists Space Brain (also celebrating their official record release), extreme-metal humorists Primary Colors, sludge beasts Demons, big-dick rockers American Party Machine and dirty tech-thrashers Dissident Aggressor.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: Orlando Weekly

  2. Brian Quick still St. Louis Rams' fourth wide receiver

    The St. Louis Rams were "insanely excited" about Brian Quick after taking him in the second round of the 2012 NFL Draft. So why is he still stuck in the Rams' fourth receiver role?
    on June 17, 2013     Source: NFL.com

  3. Brian Quick finishes Rams offseason as No. 4 receiver

    The St. Louis Rams were "insanely excited" about Brian Quick after drafting him in the second round last year. Why is he still stuck in the fourth receiver role after spring practices?
    on June 17, 2013     Source: NFL.com

Quotes

  1. Asked if she was nervous, Wagner said, "Insanely nervous. I am not going to try to dull it down."
    on Mar 18, 2008 By: Richard Wagner Source: USA Today

  2. "Wow this is insanely confronting," Collette said during the three-hour ceremony at Los Angele's Nokia Theatre. "I'm so humble to be here in this room, let alone up on this stage."
    on Sep 21, 2009 By: Toni Collette Source: NEWS.com.au

  3. "Got up to 105 (Fahrenheit; 40.6 Celsius) here today. Insanely hot," Armstrong wrote.
    on Jan 13, 2009 By: Lance Armstrong Source: International Herald Tribune

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