frenetic[ fruh-net-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF frenetic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FRENETIC
“Frenetic to be free,” like the pennon, is in this sense the concentration of its meaning.
It is here worth noticing that Siena, the city of civil discord, was also the city of frenetic piety.
Everywhere was joy, gain, revelry; everywhere certainty of the morrow's bread; everywhere the frenetic outbursts of vitality.
He had the unwholesome, frenetic aspect of the patent medicine enthusiast, not uncommon in the North.
A cripple without legs having succeeded in seizing a drachma, the applause was frenetic.
And the toy flag there floated where he raised it aloft, "frenetic," as Browning says, "to be free."
His coal-black eyes suddenly flashed with fanatic, frenetic light.
There was in him the frenetic unconscious desire to rid himself of the thing he had come to believe inferior.
There is no hacienda nostalgia in Mexico—only frenetic pressure for industrialization and overall capitalism.
He lit the cigarette, took a puff that made the smoke do a frenetic dance around his nostrils.