- adv. In a nutty way.
- adv. in a mildly insane manner
“It is, however, useful in restraining the more nuttily protectionist tendencies in American government.”
“Nothing will ever be accomplished," she said, if there aren't people like her father willing to strike a blow against big government (she also called him a hero, but then, as nuttily, thought better of that and retracted it).”
“Nothing will ever be accomplished," she said, if there aren't people like her father willing to strike a blow against big government she also called him a hero, but then, as nuttily, thought better of that and retracted it.”
“Congrats to the winners... and the players for being so nuttily inspiring.”
“I have been known to add a dash of hemp oil to the mess, which is nuttily delicious.”
“I'm a bit surprised that folks are so surprised -- the MLK and LBJ reference was just as nuttily phrased.”
“When Dogberry and his sidekick, Verges (Ben Elton), take off on their imaginary horses, whipping the air to a phantom froth, it's a nuttily Shakespearean comment on class status: the big shots of course have the real horses.”
“In the audience, we see Justin Guarini and Smokey Robinson, beaming nuttily.”
“I mean, I've always known that "one cup" in America and Australia were different, but I just nuttily assumed Japan and America shared some sort of measuring cup fraternity.”
“Ms. Gibson's latest play, Suitcase, again directed by Mr. Aukin, is more ambitious and riskier in its neurotic way, and though it wobbles nuttily from time to time, we're left again with the pleasure of this fine playwright's company.”
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