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- adj. frantic
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Frantic.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Partaking of frenzy.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
If the House should be frenzical We must sit till next March and leave it to the People to decide by choosing a new
FIRE and fury! distraction! destruction! and death! — with all the unmeaning exclamations of frenzical exclaimers! — what is now to be done? where can I be secure from the effect of enchantment?
The substance of your frenzical letter, I wish to pass slightly over; being willing to believe it was not written with any sober meaning.
Mr. Evelyn was gone to the Rectory; the Colonel rode out — was the report: no one, I imagine, chusing to give in the account of his frenzical departure.
"The Oxford English Dictionary, the Pedant's Bible, gives" franticness "as" The state or condition of being frantic ", so we don't have to see 'frenzy' as the noun and 'frantic' as the adjective, despite their common etymology, especially because we also have 'frenzical'.