maniacally maniacally


  • (adv) in a maniacal manner or to a maniacal degree


  1. Omid Kordestani, Google's senior vice president of worldwide sales and field operations, is fast turning the privately held company into a maniacally profitable outfit.
  2. His Captain Jack, the maniacally mannerist pirate, was plenty entertaining, to audiences and to Depp.
  3. His laser stare becomes maniacally penetrating; turning to hear a question, he nearly gives himself whiplash.


  • 'Magic Magic' Trailer: Michael Cera Ups His Creep Game

    Hopefully, with the recent return of the Arrested Development , you got your fix of Michael Cera as a sheepish, kind-hearted nerd because in his next movie, he's a long way from being typecast. In Magic Magic , Cera plays a creepy, deranged sociopath (you can tell from because of the dark hair) who kills things, laughs maniacally, and torments poor Juno Temple on her South American vacation ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Zimbio


  1. "We are maniacally focused on our turnaround in the short run," Pressler assured analysts during a Thursday conference call.
    on Nov 16, 2006 By: Paul Pressler Source: BusinessWeek

  2. "I grabbed her little sister and put her in front of me. As the bullets began to fly, the blood sprayed from between her eyes, and then I laughed maniacally," CAIR quotes the lyrics as saying. "I blew those little f...kers to eternity .........
    on Jun 13, 2006 By: President Bush Source: Advertiser Adelaide

  3. "Whit, to no one's surprise has been maniacally committed to her rehab," said OU head coach Sherri Coale. "She has attacked it with the same passion and determination that she exhibits on the basketball court."
    on Jun 21, 2010 By: Sherri Coale Source: KTUL (blog)

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