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marked by extreme excitement, confusion, or agitation

Synonyms for frantic

excessively agitated

marked by uncontrolled excitement or emotion

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Steve, from London-based physical theatre group Frantic Assembly, was there to show the school's drama students what it takes to succeed in the world of performance.
And if the frantic schedule really is too much to bear, change the schedule, not the fella.
It includes Frantic Assembly's distinctive physical style which combines movement, dance, music and text.
We were "wild," "crazy," "frantic," as opposed to trained, nor/mal, static, like regular bourgeois culture.
In a frantic first 23 minutes, Gavin Cadwallader and Paul Roberts put Newtown in front, only for Steve Rogers and Andy Moran to peg them back.
"It was a week of frantic activity," said Carver Group director Julie Wallin, who heads up the commercial division of the firm.
A frantic first half continued as Billinge extended their lead on 23 minutes, Alex getting his first goal for the side.
Wedding dash: Frantic customers at shop yesterday Dress stress: Bride-to-be Lianne is comforted by mum Margaret
The home side lost their way in the second half, but Care set up a frantic finish when he scored from close range following another Strettle break with two minutes remaining but the Exiles held out for the win.
And sub Micky Gray bagged the third following a frantic scramble after 85 minutes.
When a mysterious Russian document surfaces, it escalates the struggle to an even higher level--innocent people are targeted and murdered in the frantic struggle to seize ownership of coveted oil.
Works like the oval floral fete gallante, nymphea, 2002, or feverish embarkation, 2001, allude to the fluttery brushwork of a Fragonard or Watteau while working it up into something far more frantic and febrile.
MARINE were bundled out of this game in a frantic few minutes of the first half and never recovered.
"The pub landlord said he saw a white dog going frantic, locked inside a black car, but didn't realise until we told him what had happened that it was Polo.
Behrajan was second to Frantic Tan on his most recent outing at Newbury last month, but Daly was not disappointed with the performance because his charge was attempting to concede 10lb to Nigel Twiston-Davies's nine-year-old and went down by only two lengths.