superambitious

superambitious

(ˌsuːpəræmˈbɪʃəs)
adj
informal extremely ambitious, highly ambitious
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I'm sure they're superambitious and it's important that in the next couple of years they do try to put a on the table." Samways knows the two Champions League games against Real will give Los Blancos bigwigs a chance to check on Kane, and in the second game Alli - who will miss Tuesday's trip through suspension - at close quarters.
If given a do-over, Foreman, now 67, says he'd remain superambitious but wouldn't be so singularly focused as a young boxer.
April may be 2 months from now, but somebody is already fooling Internet users worldwide after coming up with an hilarious news about North Korea's superambitious plan to push space exploration into another level.
Kirov began the following year, 1960, with a hastily agreed and superambitious set of "socialist obligations" of 130,000 tons of meat.
He convinces superambitious showbiz moms to let their small children dress as Nazis and gets a series of C-list celebs to be interviewed using Mexican gardeners as chairs.