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wild-eyed

[ wahyld-ahyd ]
/ ˈwaɪldˌaɪd /
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adjective

having an angry, insane, or distressed expression in the eyes.
extremely irrational, senseless, or radical: a wild-eyed scheme.

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Origin of wild-eyed

First recorded in 1810–20
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wild-eyed

adjective

glaring in an angry, distracted, or wild manner
ill-conceived or totally impracticable
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