Headlong in a sentence

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headlong;

[adjective/adverb] very quickly, With great speed or force and not caring where you are going;

Brendan, while running headlong across the grass, had turned an ankle.

She ran for the door and headlong down the bank, and dived.

I was running headlong up the main stairs, not looking where I was going, and my head hit the corner of the School Hi Fi equipment.

The car runs off the side of the road, headlong into a tree.

The current system is leading to headlong growth at an ever faster pace.

The future is a dark road and our speed is headlong.

John Edwards has not had a moment’s pause in his headlong rush to the top.

He fell headlong into the river.