Meaning of wackily in English:


Pronunciation /ˈwakɪli/


(also whackily)

See wacky

‘It is whackily comic with irreverent overtones and moments of quite startling seriousness.’
  • ‘We're all stuck with each other, like wackily mismatched sitcom roommates.’
  • ‘Fantastic show, truly funny and wackily creative.’
  • ‘Poised on its plaza like a deformed meteorite, it exhibits the usual OMA tension between a wackily monumental exterior and fluidly informal interior.’
  • ‘Just as well, then, that Mazda also has the semi-iconic MX-5 and the wackily left-field, rotary-engine RX-8 to call on for credibility.’