What is another word for ambitiously?

Pronunciation: [ambˈɪʃəsli] (IPA)

Ambitiously is an adjective that describes a person's action when they are determined to achieve something great or have a high goal. However, there are several words which can be used in place of ambitiously. These include, but are not limited to, driven, determined, perseverant, keen, and motivated. Someone who is driven is fully committed to achieving their goals, while someone who is determined is resolute and persistent in pursuing their objectives. Perseverance involves steady and steadfast persistence in the face of obstacles, while being keen emphasizes one's eagerness and enthusiasm to accomplish a task. Finally, someone who is motivated is proactive and enthusiastic in taking action to achieve their goals.

What are the hypernyms for Ambitiously?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for ambitiously?

The antonyms for the word ambition represent the other end of the spectrum. The opposite of ambitious is lazy or lethargic. It suggests a lack of drive and lethargy towards achieving any goals or aspirations. Timid, unadventurous, and apathetic are other antonyms for ambitiously. These words reflect a negative attitude of someone who is not courageous or has no ambitious plans. Others might consider these antonyms as complacency, contentment or satisfaction with their current situation. Regardless of the antonym one uses for ambitious, it is essential to have an idea in mind of what one wants to achieve and work towards it with unwavering determination.

What are the antonyms for Ambitiously?

Usage examples for Ambitiously

It seemed to her that she must have looked at a cityful of dark, noisy rooms ambitiously called apartments, each more impossible than the others.
"One Woman's Life"
Robert Herrick
An ambitiously frescoed casino had a gigantic peacock painted over a whole story, and the peach-trees were in bloom in the villa spaces.
"Roman Holidays and Others"
W. D. Howells
He provided for the little Horace's education at first among the sons of the "great" centurions who constituted the society of the garrison-town of Venusia, afterwards ambitiously took him to Rome to acquire even the accomplishments usual among the sons of senators, and finally sent him to Athens, garner of wisdom of the ages, where the learning of the past was constantly made to live again by masters with the quick Athenian spirit of telling or hearing new things.
"Horace and His Influence"
Grant Showerman

Famous quotes with Ambitiously

  • I was really just the tea boy to begin with, or the equivalent thereof, but I quickly announced, innocently but very ambitiously, that I wanted to be, I was going to be, a foreign correspondent.
    Christiane Amanpour
  • tells the story of how that happened. The book is ambitiously organized to combine the whole of the postwar history of Europe—Western and Eastern—into a single conceptual framework. The result is not a work of dispassionate scholarship. In the preface, Judt describes his approach as an "avowedly personal interpretation" of the recent European past. "In a word that has acquired undeservedly pejorative connotations," he writes, Postwar is "opinionated." Judt's thesis, developed through 900 pages, is this: Europe remade itself by forgetting its past. "The first postwar Europe was built upon deliberate mis-memory—upon forgetting as a way of life." And there was much to forget: collaboration, genocide, extreme deprivation.
    Tony Judt

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