Definition of Insanely

1. Adverb. In an insane manner. "Screaming dementedly"

Exact synonyms: Crazily, Dementedly, Madly
Partainyms: Crazy, Demented, Insane, Mad
Antonyms: Sanely



2. Adverb. (used as intensives) extremely. "Insanely jealous"
Exact synonyms: Deadly, Deucedly, Devilishly, Madly
Language type: Intensifier, Intensive

Definition of Insanely

1. adv. Without reason; madly; foolishly.

Definition of Insanely

1. Adverb. In an insane manner. ¹

2. Adverb. To a great degree; very much. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Insanely

1. insane [adv] - See also: insane

Insanely Pictures

Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Insanely Images

Lexicographical Neighbors of Insanely

inrushings
ins.
ins and outs
insafety
insalivation
insalubrious
insalubriousness
insalubrities
insalubrity
insalutary
insanability
insanable
insane
insane asylum
insane asylums
insanely (current term)
insaneness
insanenesses
insaner
insanery
insanest
insangu
insaniate
insaniated
insaniates
insaniating
insanie
insanies
insanitarily
insanitary

Literary usage of Insanely

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Aristophanes' Apology: Including a Transcript from Euripides Being the Last by Robert Browning (1875)
"What do I say ? what dreams insanely view ? This is no other than thy son, old sire ! Here, children ! hang to these paternal robes, Quick, haste, ..."

2. Lectures on the Nature and Use of Money: Delivered Before the Members of the by John Gray (1848)
"... which has thus been insanely suspended, must be restored, ere it can be possible for mankind to prosper. IN my last lecture I endeavoured to show that, ..."

3. Lectures on the Nature and Use of Money: Delivered Before the Members of the by John Gray (1848)
"The co-equality, therefore, of Production and Demand which has thus been insanely suspended, must be restored, ..."

4. The Lusiad: An Epic Poem by Luís de Camões, Thomas Moore Musgrave (1826)
"... the confidence with which they brav'd, insanely brav'd, the waves in fragile barks; And ye have mark'd, what we may witness still, Such lofty pride, ..."

5. The Cabinet History of England, Civil, Military and Ecclesiastical: From the by Charles MacFarlane (1851)
"A column was detached to Rosetta, but it insanely engaged in the narrow crooked streets of that town ; and instead of provisions General Fraser received a ..."

Other Resources Relating to: Insanely

Search for Insanely on Dictionary.com!Search for Insanely on Thesaurus.com!Search for Insanely on Google!Search for Insanely on Wikipedia!

Search

Translations