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  • adv. In a frenzied manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • As one frenzied; distractedly.

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

  • adv. in a frenzied manner


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frenzied +‎ -ly


  • At times she struggles frenziedly with its hands, as if she could outwit time.

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  • It features a table full of what is optimistically described as wine, and a parrot tweaking for a nip of delicious, existence-numbing witch piss, frenziedly squawking "like" every time the price pops up – £2.99!

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  • And again he toiled frenziedly, but this time with a different purpose.

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  • Instead, a frenziedly spirited troupe of backing dancers is left to pick up the slack, while Britney clambers aboard various moving parts of machinery and is wheeled around like an ancient maiden aunt being taken for her morning perambulation in a bath chair.

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  • In it, Canner meets the CEOs and marketing heads of different drug companies, and she meets doctors, scientists and therapists, all of whom are working frenziedly toward producing and flogging the key to the ultimate female sexual experience.

    The race to discover Viagra for women

  • Decades ago, in that faraway postwar world before live sports commentaries were routine, a small boy in Yorkshire would search frenziedly through the ether for radio stations that might cracklingly reveal news of how England's cricketers were faring on the other side of the world in contests against Australia.

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  • When she neared, the creature scurried in the tunnel beneath her feet, making the arrow shaft dart frenziedly in the mucky ground, which amused her.

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  • Above, along the gallery, an audience of Nocs crowed and rasped frenziedly in their bird forms.


  • She then commenced to whacking him frenziedly when at the first blow he did no more than curse and flinch and try more ferociously than ever to spit Neil on the end of his knife.


  • But the evening's only real show-stopper is a mad, surreal tribute to the Italian designer Ferragamo ( "Salvatore, let us praise him, he's so clever!"), which combines a hilarious Marriage of Figaro vocal pastiche with Cherkaoui's frenziedly hyperactive choreography.

    Shoes; Dangerous Liaisons


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