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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwildlywild‧ly /ˈwaɪldli/ ●●○ adverb  1 in a very uncontrolled or excited way The audience cheered wildly.2 extremely The band is wildly popular in Cuba. wildly inaccurate statements
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wildlyHis body began to thrash wildly.Her lips quivered wildly and she gestured behind her at nothing.And now that they were alone, Matilda all of a sudden became wildly animated.Estimates of the total cost vary wildly from $ 200 billion to $ 500 billion per year.Tuition has not risen wildly, nor have student grades.This is generally held to be wildly optimistic, and in some quarters, an impossible timescale.Or maybe she was wildly wrong about both of them.
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