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- adv. In a frantic way.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a frantic or furious manner; madly; wildly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an uncontrolled manner
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I repeated the word frantically as motivation to keep my head and not succumb to panic.
My brain frantically, manically searched for a way of escape.
However, "Smile" finally started talking to me this morning, which is encouraging, even if it's really just my brain frantically trying to stop me from working on the novel.
The trouble is your brain frantically scans up and down the columns for the numbers and forgets to look laterally for completed rows, I could feel bits of my cerebral hemispheres creaking undone like screwed up newspaper and the tension was indescribable.
I called frantically, halting them in their tracks.
I was never jealous of her relationship with a guy who almost broke my hand when he shook it, or when she called frantically to tell me that she had caught him jerking off in her bed and I just stop.
But Giulani has joined with Bush in frantically lying to the American people to cover up the past acts that provoked Sept 11.
“Umm, a gentleman named Chuck McGee has been calling frantically for you for the past half hour,” the shared receptionist told me.
"Panax!" he called frantically, fighting to keep his newfound fear at bay, feeling the euphoria desert him as the brilliance of his blade began to dim.
At each station she called frantically to the guard to know where she was and if she ought to change.