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- adv. To a great or excessive degree; with great speed, output, enthusiasm, etc.
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- adv. with great speed or effort or intensity
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All three cars braked and maneuvered and turned and accelerated and headed for the street, fishtailing like crazy and spraying huge rooster tails of dirt high in the air.
"Especially for someone like you who would hate like crazy to have to blow Tampy ships out of the sky."
I screamed like crazy while the spirit of crazy motherfuckas past told Has that it was my fault he was dead.
The rest of the BSG and the Kgirls were still running around like crazy trying to get ready in time, but Charlotte had to squeeze in a quick visit to her dad.
If you can find a useful job for something that multiplies like crazy and lives on fungi or slime, you have a marketable bioproduct.
Exercising like crazy was hugely popular, but for me, being Jewish and all, that was never really an option.
Flashes from camera phones were going on like crazy . . . especially when somebody pointed out her tampon string was showing and her inner thighs was mad ashy.