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marked by extreme excitement, confusion, or agitation

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excessively agitated

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At the same time, work in general moves and changes from country to country with ever increasing freneticism as capital chases low-cost labour(2) round the globe.
Throw anything at these dancers, from the fiendish partnering in Margo Sappington's lyrical Mirage to Twyla Tharp's clockwork freneticism in The Golden Section, and they'll do it and do it well.
This bundle provides the ultimate tools to get through freneticism of working life through increased productivity and organization.
Straight away, he responded to a question about the freneticism of the English club game by suggesting the players needed to be educated in the ways of international football.
A valuable first step into the world of traditional Kashmiri Sufi music, and a blessed relief from the freneticism of much Western music.
His freneticism sort of makes me look like I'm on Valium,'' Burton told reporters last week.
Behind its fashionable freneticism, the whale-like bulk of exhibition hall calmly undulates into the middle distance.
The blurred cover-photo conjures up the freneticism of life in Tokyo, where the central character searches for his father.