1. quixotic

adjective. ['kwɪkˈsɑːtɪk'] not sensible about practical matters; idealistic and unrealistic.


  • romantic
  • wild-eyed


  • realistic
  • impracticality
  • possible

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Rhymes with Quixotic

  • unpatriotic
  • astronautic
  • antibiotic
  • symbiotic
  • patriotic
  • semiotic
  • narcotic
  • hypnotic
  • despotic
  • robotic
  • psychotic
  • neurotic
  • idiotic
  • exotic
  • aquatic
  • erotic
  • chaotic

How do you pronounce quixotic?

Pronounce quixotic as kwɪkˈsɑtɪk.

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Sentences with quixotic

1. Adjective
Central Virginia is one of the most historically rich and quixotic regions of the country.

Quotes about quixotic

1. He believed in himself, believed in his quixotic ambition, letting the failures of the previous day disappear as each new day dawned. Yesterday was not today. The past did not predict the future if he could learn from his mistakes.
- Daniel Wallace, The Kings and Queens of Roam