Thesaurus / quixotic

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The pair were the only survivors of a quixotic five-person expedition to an Arctic island, with hopes of claiming the land for Canada.

The journey back, vague and Quixotic as were his intentions, was performed with a far lighter heart than his setting forth.

It was mad and quixotic and absurd, but it had a certain light of nobility.

None Other GodsRobert Hugh Benson

Since high motives were ineffectual, Quixotic, ought he to discard them and come down to the ordinary level?

Gulmore, The BossFrank Harris

He had a Quixotic sub-consciousness that he was saving her from his kind by making her promise formally.

I told her that you were Quixotic in some things, and you might agree.

His Unknown WifeLouis Tracy

The quixotic are rarely successful, and success is the measure by which everything is judged to-day.

Spanish Life in Town and CountryL. Higgin and Eugne E. Street

Not on your own account,—that would be impossible to you,—but it is on some dear, quixotic errand for another.

Banked FiresE. W. (Ethel Winifred) Savi

Quixotic as it may seem, it was his intention to accomplish this by novel-writing.

Essays on Scandinavian LiteratureHjalmar Hjorth Boyesen

Quixotic, scrupulously so: but then that was Hepworth's way.

The BeautyMrs. Wilson Woodrow

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