frantic

[ fran-tik ]SEE DEFINITION OF frantic

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FRANTIC

How frantic, as if all things were about to eventuate, remembering not that nothing ends.

The frantic movement and din of shrieks disturbed Uncle Peter.

The two men bent to the task, heedless of Mary's frantic protest.

When, at last, words came, they were a frantic prayer of protest.

The Indians knew enough of English to understand this frantic cry.

It was succeeded by the most frantic and angry demonstrations of vengeance.

Here were traces of what Fenton called his "frantic labours."

Their attention attracted by his frantic flight, they stopped to wonder.

The youngest gentleman in company utters a frantic negative.

And the crowd which acclaimed her, the frantic crowd, followed in her wake.

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