Thus my father Sid entered Rene's life, a sensitive young pitman who was something of a dreamer, with a wild ambition to devote his life to literature.
What does WA stand for?
WA stands for Wild Ambition (Fatal Fury/SNK game)
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We have 49 other meanings of WA in our Acronym Attic
- Westford Academy (Westford, MA)
- Westlake Academy (Texas)
- Westminster Academy
- Weston Analytics
- WhatsApp (messaging)
- White Album (Beatles album)
- Wide Angle (cinematography)
- Wide Area
- Wide Awake
Samples in periodicals archive:
Snakes have evolved over 100 million years (The World's Largest Snake) - although not by much Wild ambition of the week "I'm hoping that by winning Britain's Got Talent, I've got a real chance of opening Skipton Gala" - building society worker and "exterminator" Martin (BGT) Ask a stupid question 1 Adrian Chiles: "Would you go along with what Roy says, Gordon?
The pounds 35m flop accidentally stopped a volley from Jordan Henderson, but Liverpool were still frantically shooting from distance with Adam and Gerrard guilty of wild ambition.
That is a mission which will be carried out on a budget, and the wild ambition and free spending which accompanied their last promotion in 1993 will be tempered by a sense of realism this time around.
This is because the emirate, which had been driven by ambition- albeit sometimes a wild ambition beyond imagination - with the aim of establishing an economic model that is unique in the world, has been let down primarily by the global economic crisis.
This time around, as Mick McCarthy walked into the carnage that was Molineux five weeks ago today, there were no such wild ambitions made public.
The "typical Boro" mentality has played an important part in our terrace culture, the gallows humour keeping us sane in long dark ages on the Holgate and the abrasive realism swiftly damping down the wild ambitions of naive youth to protect them from the emotional ravaging that crushing reality would inevitably inflict.