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  • adv. In a frenetic manner

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a frenetic or frenzied manner; frantically. Also spelled phrenetically.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in a very agitated manner; as if possessed by an evil spirit


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  • 3. For sample, the word frenetically wrote, must be charged grammactically with bowel pronouned strangley.

    In His Own Write

  • Even though she was frenetically busy these days, taking care of a demanding one-year-old daughter while doing all her research and teaching at Columbia, she always found time for Michael.

    The Omega Theory

  • Even after he opened his own practice, he was still working out frenetically, in the hope of going back into the Marines someday.

    The Old Soldier Who Didn't Fade Away

  • But instead, I burbled frenetically about my summer and tried not to buckle to the floor with shame.

    Times Two

  • Thousands of state-owned companies were sold quite frenetically in the early years.

    Indian Entrepreneurship Trumps Chinese

  • I don't think it's quite as frenetically cerebral.

    Mike Ragogna: Hymns, Harrows, Harvests & More: Chatting with John Hiatt, Gillian Welch and Umphrey's McGee's Joel Cummins

  • Because overall rents have tended to increase, albeit not as frenetically as real estate prices themselves.

    Matthew Yglesias » Up, Up and Away

  • As the episode was explained later by someone involved in the investigation of the network, Tinner worked frenetically to copy the documents—making two copies of each page, instead of the one for which Khan had asked.


  • So while some candidates are spending almost all their time in states with early contests, others are ranging more broadly around the country or stumping less frenetically, counting on their debate appearances to substitute for retail campaigning and traditional organization.

    The Republicans' Rising Satisfaction Quotient

  • Investment would be for its own sake, because because people actually want to buy what is being produced and sold and where they are not frenetically building building building and purchasing as an inflation hedge.

    Matthew Yglesias » Is The Fed Stifling Recovery?


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