from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. So as to rave; madly; in an insane way.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a raving manner; with furious wildness or frenzy; distractedly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a raving manner
Based on the female-centered Midwifery Model of Care Gosh, the flippant grandmother ravingly bridled during the bucolic $25.
The first time I read The Thirteen Clocks I kind of liked it, and then I read it aloud to my wife, and now it is a book I am ravingly fannish about.
They are all ravingly loonie far lefties down there.
As for other points of view, here's a ravingly positive one, this one and this one are positive but more balanced, and this one makes a few other criticisms I'd mostly agree with.
Look for the detail-oriented folks at Bioware to take the same basic philosophy that made the first game so ravingly cool and crank the polish to 11.
Daschle's officially in charge of food and pharmaceuticals in the US, btw, in case you're new to this blog, and in particular he'll have oversight of our ravingly deranged Food and Drug Administration.
The purchase/takeover of Idaho-based Hecla's workings near El Callao and overtures directed at Gold Reserve and other residual speculative players in Venezuela's currently-paralyzed gold mining sector seems schoolbook for the Russians, who are no longer the ravingly red communist allies that Chavez may fondly think they remain in his many-years friendship with Fidel Castro Ruz ... but that's another day's story!
Back in about 1998, Camille Paglia described 'Vagina Monolgues' as a "ravingly anti-male" play.
The vignette of our times, ultimately revealing the irrelevance of our intellectual classes, is the rapturous acceptance of a "ravingly anti-male" play.
What, I asked him, do you make of Paulina Borshook's famous 1996 Mother Jones essay called "Cyberselfish," in which she paints technologists as "ravingly anti-government and tremendously opposed to regulation"?
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