quixotic

[ kwik-sot-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF quixotic

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Wild, Quixotic notions of sacrifice flooded his mood of dejection.

You must be very tired, having roamed about in this Quixotic fashion!

He was quixotic, especially in anything to do with money, and often to his own personal loss.

Porcallo, a Quixotic knight, had no element of timidity in his character.

We should be quixotic and fatuous indeed if we attempted anything of the kind.

She must not let herself be swept away by any quixotic sentiment.

That was really too quixotic, even if things had been as you imagined.

Perhaps, my father would have called me quixotic had he known.

I stood by you with a fidelity that was nothing short of Quixotic.

Now that Tryst was dead, Derek's quixotic action had no meaning.

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