neurotically : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in a neurotic manner
they are finely, not to say neurotically adjusted
- Gorky populates the canvas of his drama with wife beaters, sodden vodkaholics, corrupt bureaucrats, venal merchants, sanctimonious hypocrites, neurotically damaged children and .
- When Lavinia does come back, she and Edward neurotically taunt each other.
- This is the kind of Woody Allen comedy Woody Allen no longer makes, the story of Z (voiced by the master himself), a timid, neurotically oppressed, sexually obsessed, glumly funny .