crazily vs madly what difference

what is difference between crazily and madly

English

Etymology

crazy +‎ -ly

Adverb

crazily (comparative more crazily, superlative most crazily)

  1. In a crazy manner.
  2. Very, extremely.
    • 2012, Football transfer rumours: Cristiano Ronaldo to City, United or PSG?, The Guardian:
      Word is the club’s crazily rich Middle Eastern owner’s have got wind of the player’s sorrow and, according to Maxifoot, are preparing an offer “worthy of a pharaoh” for Ronaldo, who has long been considered a mummy’s boy.
    • 2014, Europe’s best secret seaside hotels, Condé Nast Traveller:
      With this crazily brilliant, pocket-sized hotel clinging like an eagle’s lair to the cliffs just outside Sorrento, owner Marco DeLuca has created somewhere that’s so much more than just a place to sleep.

Translations



English

Etymology

From Middle English madly, madli, medliche, equivalent to mad +‎ -ly.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ˈmædli/

Adverb

madly (comparative madlier or more madly, superlative madliest or most madly)

  1. In a mad manner; without reason or understanding; wildly.
    I’m madly in love with you.

Translations

Anagrams

  • m’lady

Middle English

Adverb

madly

  1. Alternative form of madli

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