cartoonishly

cartoonishly

(kɑːˈtuːnɪʃlɪ)
adv
in a cartoonish manner
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Three previous bookings of this matchup fell through due to injury, but the two cartoonishly muscled 185-pounders captivated the crowd with a spectacularly physical fight that Costa won 29-28 on all three scorecards.
Seeing a cartoonishly evil Mad Queen further unleashed would be far less so.
Though the style proceeds in relatively uniform ways--with geometrically laid out page arrangements, soft, dual-colored landscapes, and generally spare, cartoonishly drawn characters laced throughout--we are often pushed and pulled just outside the frame of the central storyline, just past where, it seems, our attention is meant to be.
This isn't about 50 women with cartoonishly sexy resumes.
It feels improbable that so many of the staff have such cartoonishly chauvinistic views.
There, cannabis companies "are almost cartoonishly catering to the counterculture," with animations promoting stereotypes like the "Rastafarian smoking a giant joint," says Morris.
While Ronaldo is one of the most brand-conscious athletes of all time, constantly projecting a persona of hyper-masculine bravado, Diamantino is almost cartoonishly childlike and naive.
A year later, Mary rescues Danny from a life of crime by taking out his cartoonishly evil drug dealer boss Uncle (Xander Berkeley).
Pym can shrink and magnify everything, not just superheroes but cars and buildings, at the touch of a button -- so the visuals keep changing cartoonishly, a car is now a toy car, a Pez dispenser turns into a missile, our hero buzzes through the air like an insect where a second ago he was punching baddies.
Then, as my friend cast out a single pull resulted in a cartoonishly large boil in the water, a wail of excitement and a woosh of line as the huge fish took off toward the weed.
Cartoonishly self-interested Cabinet members and senior advisers were drawn from the corporate elite Trump derided on the campaign trail."I'm going to fight for every person in this country who believes government should serve the people - not the donors and special interests," Trump promised.
The Punisher has had a surprisingly difficult live-action journey to the screen, disastrously portrayed by Dolph Lundgren in a 1989 movie, lukewarmly performed by Thomas Jane in a 2004 film and cartoonishly depicted by Ray Stevenson in 2008's 'The Punisher: War Zone.' For a character known for his skill with guns, all these attempts were off-target.