Distractedly [adjective]

Definition of Distractedly:

wildly, fiercely

Opposite/Antonyms of Distractedly:

Sentence/Example of Distractedly:

Richtel is a New York Times reporter who won the 2009 Pulitzer Prize for national reporting for documenting the distracted driving issue.

The longer you wait to follow up, the more time they have to shop around or even to become distracted or change their mind.

The National Fire Protection Association issued a prescient warning last March about the heightened danger of “distracted cooking” while more people are at home.

“I’m an Aquarius, so I get bored and distracted,” said 27-year-old Josh Kelley when asked about their love life.

Uttering these words, the good lady pointed distractedly to the cupboard, and underwent a convulsion from internal spasms.

As she paced distractedly across the room her eye was caught by the letter on the marble mantelshelf.

Mr. Tallmadge mopped his brow, and looked about distractedly, like one who has lost his thread in a labyrinth.

Through the glare, many birds, unceremoniously routed from their nests beneath the eaves, flew distractedly.

Harper wandered distractedly over toward the high wall bench.

Doosie raced distractedly across the pastures to get 'Lias, and Dulcie ran into the house for water.