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Gone are the wild-eyed revolutionaries in Donetsk and Luhansk, replaced by steely-eyed bureaucrats and seasoned combat veterans.

The wild-eyed young man had hopelessly tangled hair and wore rumpled baby-blue scrubs.

The madman stands in the psychiatric ward, wild-eyed and streaked with blood, his throat raked with deep scratches.

It means that you can forget the idea of 20 or so non-wild-eyed Republicans joining the Democrats in passing the higher tax rates.

Then he jumped on Oprah's couch, recorded a wild-eyed video for Scientology and now we have Tom 2.0.

The durbar brought out princes and princelings from east, south and west, and even three or four wild-eyed ameers from the north.

She saw her father rush out, wild-eyed, and the long blade of the knife gleamed blue in the moonlight.

Poor wild-eyed Pittsburgo shot and killed himself today in his room in front of the portrait of the beautiful Italian singer.

Five minutes later, wild-eyed and hilarious, they descended on the clubhouse with the miraculous news.

His horse had not backed, wild-eyed, before an approaching car, and he had not done any pretty riding.


On this page you'll find 43 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to wild-eyed, such as: ardent, avid, dedicated, earnest, fanatical, and fervent.

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