- childish + -ly (Wiktionary)
“He had watched us walk on the moon, and yet remain childishly embroiled in a pitiful and pointless series of military conflicts from which there would emerge no winners.”
“A deep poignancy in his voice made the expression childishly inadequate.”
“How did Americans ever allow one man so blithely and callously and "childishly" wreck this nation?”
“I feel like I'm supposed to have read some Jane Austen at some point, but I haven't, and I won't, and I've kind of childishly dug in my heels about it.”
“Hey Alex, I can imagine how you feel when people start 'childishly' condemning your comments and your view of the movie.”
“Please, take a clear look at this - can't you see why it is starting to build into a serious problem, one that I am now forced to react to by, as you put it, 'childishly' doing the ONE thing that seems to produce any results?”
“The electorate childishly resists making grown-up choices about bearing the cost of government.”
“Ruralshire Constabulary is clearly NOT a business for the following three childishly obvious reasons:”
“Let me try again: because you have knowledge of over 100 cases where “minority” idiots have behaved childishly and unfairly, does that make it right to refer to all non-white people in all countries, regardless of criminal history or attitude as “sandniggers”?”
“When George W. Bush refused to sign the Kyoto protocol, he was painted as an oil-crazed Texas cowboy, the embodiment of the plain fact that Americans were too childishly addicted to their air-conditioners, airliners and giant SUVs to do anything to save the planet.”
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