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Use "manically" in a sentence
"Faced with his manically inventive and elaborate use of his material, at times recalling the marginalia of illuminated manuscripts and the ornamentation of Italian Renaissance book design; and his endless depictions of George Washington—as angel, bellhop, businessman, clockwork, cowboy, founding father, topiary, traffic cop and window washer continually outfoxing his nemesis the Gingerbread man—is to give in freely to his fantastic voyage."
"Brooke, with his curved, playing-card profile, is restless, questing and manically contradictory: Laskey, in contrast, is still, cautious and reassuringly consistent."
"In other words, we become lost when manically seeking what lies right beneath our noses."