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Definition of "quixotically" []

  • Preoccupied with an unrealistically optimistic or chivalrous approach to life; impractically idealistic (adjective)
  • In a quixotic manner. (adverb)

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Use "quixotically" in a sentence
  • "After all, this is the same president that "quixotically" displayed his "shocking ignorance of the strategic rationale driving countries toward creating or expanding their nuclear arsenals by saying that a further U.S."
  • "Obama critics from the left are not quixotically tilting at political reality."
  • "I'll make this relatively quick, because to be honest much of what I'm about to say isn't something that hasn't been said before by both myself and a lot of other people pathetic enough to spend most of their time quixotically fixating on the media."