frantically

  • 1frantically — is the correct form of the adverb from frantic, not franticly …

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  • 2frantically — adv. Frantically is used with these adjectives: ↑busy Frantically is used with these verbs: ↑bark, ↑beat, ↑beg, ↑dash, ↑gesture, ↑kick, ↑paddle, ↑pedal, ↑push, ↑race, ↑ …

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  • 3frantically — frantic ► ADJECTIVE 1) distraught with fear, anxiety, etc. 2) done in a hurried and chaotic way. DERIVATIVES frantically adverb franticness noun. ORIGIN Old French frenetique violently mad , from Greek phrenitis (see FRENETIC(Cf. ↑ …

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  • 4Frantically — Frantic Fran tic, a. [OE. frentik, frenetik, F. frentique, L. phreneticus, from Gr. ?. See {Frenzy}, and cf. {Frenetic}, {Phrenetic}.] Mad; raving; furious; violent; wild and disorderly; distracted. [1913 Webster] Die, frantic wretch, for this… …

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  • 5frantically — adverb see frantic …

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  • 6frantically — See frantic. * * * …

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  • 7frantically — adverb In a frantic way …

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  • 8frantically — Synonyms and related words: angrily, deliriously, demonically, desperately, distractedly, fanatically, fiercely, frenetically, frenziedly, furiously, hotly, insensately, like mad, like one possessed, madly, mindlessly, rabidly, riotously,… …

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  • 9frantically — (Roget s Thesaurus II) adverb In a violent, strenuous way: fiercely, fren ziedly, furiously, hard, strenuously. See STRONG …

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  • 10frantically — adv. wildly, madly, hysterically …

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  • 11frantically — fran·ti·cal·ly …

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  • 12frantically — See: frantic …

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  • 13frantically — adverb in an uncontrolled manner (Freq. 5) she fought back madly • Syn: ↑madly • Derived from adjective: ↑frantic, ↑mad (for: ↑madly) …

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  • 14frantic — frantically, franticly, adv. franticness, n. /fran tik/, adj. 1. desperate or wild with excitement, passion, fear, pain, etc.; frenzied. 2. Archaic. insane; mad. [1325 75; ME frantik, frenetik < OF frenetique < L phreneticus delirious < Gk&#8230; …

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  • 15like a man possessed — frantically, in a crazed manner …

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  • 16frantic — 01. Your mother was [frantic] when you didn t come home last night. 02. The young woman was [frantically] searching her purse for her ticket as they announced that boarding for the flight had begun. 03. The young couple were looking [frantically] …

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  • 18frantic — [[t]fræ̱ntɪk[/t]] 1) ADJ GRADED If you are frantic, you are behaving in a wild and uncontrolled way because you are frightened or worried. A bird had been locked in and was by now quite frantic. Syn: frenzied Derived words: frantically&#8230; …

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