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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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This can't go on all the time--all this franticness and jumping around.
This same sort of franticness seems to be associated with the 2007 Toyota Tundra pickup truck, at least in Detroit.
The only down side of the incident (besides its absurdity and franticness) was the lasting impact it had on my appetite.
Personally, I can't understand why there's such a franticness about trying to get Welsh accents on screen when everyone I know who has a strong one is trying desperately hard to get rid of it.
No, it's impossible." I wanted to convey the franticness that had been reached in gay men's lives, where we were now in danger of surrendering everything to our sexuality and entering a new time of danger.
Speaking of the paper's front-page treatment, Carr adds, "I didn't think it was merited by this weave of anecdotal, soccer-mom franticness. It didn't seem to me to meet the general criteria of a Page One story in the Post.
"This can't go on all the time--this franticness and jumping around," he says to Dean.
"There's a franticness to our lives, and that affects the people libraries are trying to serve."