frantic definition

  • adjective:
    • Highly excited with powerful feeling or disappointment; frenzied: frantic with worry.
    • Characterized by quick and disordered or nervous task: made a frantic last-minute seek out the lost key.
    • Archaic Mad; crazy.
    • Insane, psychologically unstable.
    • In a state of panic, worry, frenzy or rush.
    • very lively
    • Mad; raving; furious; violent; crazy and disorderly; distracted.
    • exceptionally agitated; distraught with worry or other violent feeling
    • marked by out of control pleasure or emotion
    • extremely excited with powerful feeling or disappointment; frenzied: frantic with worry.
    • Highly excited with powerful feeling or disappointment; frenzied: frantic with stress.
    • Characterized by quick and disordered or nervous activity: made a frantic last-minute seek out the lost key.
    • definitely excited with strong feeling or frustration; frenzied: frantic with stress.
    • extremely excited with strong emotion or disappointment; frenzied: frantic with stress.
    • Characterized by quick and disordered or nervous activity: made a frantic last-minute research the missing secret.
    • described as quick and disordered or nervous task: made a frantic last-minute find the lost key.
    • Archaic Mad; crazy.
    • Characterized by fast and disordered or stressed activity: made a frantic last-minute look for the missing key.
    • definitely excited with powerful emotion or disappointment; frenzied: frantic with worry.
    • Archaic Mad; crazy.
    • Insane, mentally unstable.
    • Insane, mentally unstable.
    • described as fast and disordered or nervous task: made a frantic last-minute find the lost key.
    • Archaic Mad; outrageous.
    • In circumstances of anxiety, stress, madness or rush.
    • Archaic Mad; outrageous.
    • In a state of panic, stress, frenzy or rush.
    • Archaic Mad; insane.
    • Extremely energetic
    • Insane, mentally unstable.
    • exceedingly energetic
    • Mad; raving; furious; violent; wild and disorderly; sidetracked.
    • In a situation of anxiety, stress, madness or dash.
    • Mad; raving; mad; violent; crazy and disorderly; distracted.
    • acutely energetic
    • Mad; raving; mad; violent; crazy and disorderly; sidetracked.
    • Insane, mentally volatile.
    • In a state of anxiety, stress, frenzy or rush.
    • Insane, mentally volatile.
    • incredibly lively
    • Mad; raving; furious; violent; crazy and disorderly; sidetracked.
    • In circumstances of panic, stress, madness or rush.
    • Extremely lively
    • overly agitated; distraught with worry or other violent emotion
    • exceptionally agitated; distraught with fear or other violent emotion
    • Mad; raving; mad; violent; wild and disorderly; sidetracked.
    • exceedingly agitated; distraught with fear or any other violent emotion
    • marked by uncontrolled excitement or feeling
    • marked by uncontrolled excitement or feeling
    • marked by uncontrolled excitement or emotion
    • exceedingly agitated; distraught with anxiety or any other violent emotion
    • marked by out of control excitement or emotion
    • excessively agitated; distraught with concern or any other violent feeling
    • marked by uncontrolled excitement or feeling
  • others:
    • Mad; raving; wild; distracted: as, frantic with fear or grief.
    • described as physical violence and psychological disorder; springing from madness or distraction.
    • Synonyms Distracted, infuriate, frenzied, raging.
    • To run about anxiously.
    • Mad; raving; crazy; distracted: as, frantic with fear or grief.
    • Mad; raving; wild; distracted: as, frantic with fear or grief.
    • described as assault and mental disorder; springing from madness or distraction.
    • Characterized by violence and psychological condition; springing from insanity or distraction.
    • Mad; raving; crazy; distracted: as, frantic with worry or grief.
    • Synonyms Distracted, infuriate, frenzied, raging.
    • Synonyms Distracted, infuriate, frenzied, raging.
    • Characterized by assault and mental condition; springing from madness or distraction.
    • Synonyms Distracted, infuriate, frenzied, raging.
    • Mad; raving; crazy; distracted: as, frantic with anxiety or grief.
    • to operate about frantically.
    • to operate about frantically.
    • to perform about anxiously.
    • described as violence and emotional disorder; springing from madness or distraction.
    • Synonyms Distracted, infuriate, frenzied, raging.
    • Mad; raving; crazy; distracted: as, frantic with anxiety or grief.
    • described as physical violence and mental disorder; springing from insanity or distraction.
    • Synonyms Distracted, infuriate, frenzied, raging.
    • To run about anxiously.
    • To run about frantically.
  • noun:
    • A frenzied individual; a madman.
    • A frenzied individual; a madman.
    • A frenzied individual; a madman.
    • A frenzied individual; a madman.
    • A frenzied person; a madman.
    • A frenzied individual; a madman.

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