wrong-headedly love

Definitions

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  • adverb Alternative spelling of wrongheadedly.

Etymologies

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From wrong-headed + -ly

Examples

  • First, some in the Obama Administration, along with others of influence, wrong-headedly believe that one job is as good as another, whether it is in manufacturing or service.

    Leo Hindery, Jr.: It's All About Jobs!

  • First, some in the Obama Administration, along with others of influence, wrong-headedly believe that one job is as good as another, whether it is in manufacturing or service.

    It's All About Jobs!

  • First, some in the Obama Administration, along with others of influence, wrong-headedly believe that one job is as good as another, whether it is in manufacturing or service.

    Leo Hindery, Jr.: It's All About Jobs!

  • Still others send out queries, get rejections and give up right there -- or, wrong-headedly refuse to take useful input -- and stop growing as artists.

    Success: Determination + Luck

  • Still others send out queries, get rejections and give up right there -- or, wrong-headedly refuse to take useful input -- and stop growing as artists.

    November 2007

  • Not simply because of that nasty looking marsupial pouch stapled to his upper neck, but because he seems determined to wrong-headedly barrel down a path more dangerous than slaloming downhill blindfolded on a black diamond course with barbed wire gates at night.

    Will Durst: John McBush

  • I. Murchison used wrong-headedly to call a Volcano of

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Trade Representative talking about security at our ports and the Secretary of Homeland Security talking about trade and we've got this system out as comprehensively approached as it could be, if not wrong-headedly on my part.

    CNN Transcript Feb 22, 2006

  • Yes, even the people who are wrong-headedly passionate about changes in English; I deplore their ignorance but admire their passion.

    languagehat.com: WHEN A LANGUAGE DIES.

  • Yes, even the people who are wrong-headedly passionate about changes in English; I deplore their ignorance but admire their passion.

    languagehat.com: WHEN A LANGUAGE DIES.

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