Definitions

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  • adv. In a pandemic way.

Etymologies

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pandemic +‎ -ally

Examples

  • For those of you without children under 10, Dora the Explorer is a pandemically successful children's cartoon that follows the magical adventures of a seven-year-old girl called Dora and her best friend, a monkey called Boots.

    Sam Leith on Dora the Explorer

  • Partially explains why Uncle Sam went pandemically bonkers last night I suggest.

    Gordon Brown, Charlie Whelan and Me

  • Nothing works in accordance with the plan as the physician is a drunk, kids hack into the computer room, Benny hid an ailing friend whose illness has pandemically spread amongst the residents, and then there is the rest of the staff and the ghost.

    Enclave-Kit Reed « The Merry Genre Go Round Reviews

  • Dora the Explorer is a pandemically successful children's cartoon that follows the magical adventures of a seven-year-old girl called Dora and her best friend, a monkey called Boots.

    The Guardian World News

  • It is a truly powerful concept that causes viral campaigns to spread pandemically around the Internet with a rapid intensity.

    EzineArticles

  • In pandemically-popular novels and movies like Twilight, we may have at last discovered the female equivalent of video games.

    The Point Blog

  • Because here's a question whose answer I don't know but am fairly sure I could guess-did the penalty neurosis exist as pandemically back then as it does now, with decades of shootout-induced paranoia and superstition behind us?

    Soccer Blogs - latest posts

  • Nicole is doing pretty pandemically-alarming dark balladry.

    Artrocker

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