frenetic


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  • adj

Synonyms for frenetic

Synonyms for frenetic

marked by extreme excitement, confusion, or agitation

Synonyms for frenetic

excessively agitated

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Crash landing onto iOS devices, Man of Steel is a third-person action fighter that ultimately amounts to a fast and frenetic thump-athon.
President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney make a frenetic dash to a series of crucial swing states on Monday, delivering their final arguments to voters on the last day of an extraordinarily close race for the White House.
They are such a frenetic side, which they always will be while Afridi is captain," he added.
This is a transitional movie that sees Almodovar flexing a more formal, less frenetic style of storytelling and technique.
Angel Rodriguez,'' on HBO, is a story about human fallibility -- without the frenetic editing common to movies about at-risk youth.
While Hutchinson renders the frenetic pace and racial dynamics of the period with accuracy, the author introduces so many players that the sidebars and namedropping become mind-boggling, and intermittently, slow the pace of the storytelling.
None of this is necessarily inconsistent with the cherished popular image of a frenetic, hypercharged country.
As life gets progressively frenetic and our days increase with activity, the times and places for solitude are fewer.
Van Genderen's forms have become more biomorphic--in one painting here they even seemed about to transmute into an abstracted figure from the Edenic precincts of late Matisse--and her compositions less frenetic but more lively.
Eagle Transfer Corporation, New York's leader in commercial relocations, will long remember the frenetic and fruitful summer of 2005.
He said: "It is a gentler, calmer approach to life in a world which has become frenetic really and the aim seems to be togo ever faster.
A world away from the frenetic pace of downtown Beijing, I felt transported back to the Ming Dynasty, peering into the distant horizon looking for marauding nomads.
The Sri Lankan-born, London-raised Maya Arulpragasam was one of 2004's breakthrough stars, thanks largely to the frenetic, grimy dancehall-isms of her debut single, "Galang.
Through dynamic geometry, inventive landscaping and challenging juxtaposition of materials, Geuze has created a highly civilized modern garden for the much-needed contemplation of and retreat from the frenetic bustle of urban life.
CEO Fernando Espuelas, who owns a good chunk of shares, says the company will use the money to boost the already frenetic pace of its advertising, build up the site (www.