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  • adj. Alternative form of frenetic.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Frenetic; frantic; frenzied.

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Examples

  • It heats the blood, thickens the animal spirits, and obfuscates the cerebrum with frenetical and lymphatic idols, which cloud the quintessential light of the pure reason.

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  • What some frenetical persons, in their distempers or under their delusions, have boasted of, no sober or wise man esteems worthy of any sedate consideration.

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  • After climbing what must surely have seemed like an insurmountable mountain, he has recently finished law studies at Montreal's McGill University and recently took a position of president of Patrimoine Trois-Rivière, an organization that aims to defend Trois-Rivière's historical real estate against the city's frenetical urban expansion.

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  • After climbing what must surely have seemed like an insurmountable mountain, he is currently completing his law studies at Montreal's McGill University and recently took a position of president of Patrimoine Trois-Rivière, an organization that aims to defend Trois-Rivière's historical real estate against the city's frenetical urban expansion.

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  • Their albums build up to a frenetical peak, and then trail gently off.

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