frenetic


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Wikipedia.
Related to frenetic: phrenetic, interloping
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • adj

Synonyms for frenetic

Synonyms for frenetic

marked by extreme excitement, confusion, or agitation

Synonyms for frenetic

excessively agitated

References in periodicals archive ?
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.
Eagle Transfer Corporation, New York's leader in commercial relocations, will long remember the frenetic and fruitful summer of 2005.
Having sensibly elected not to get involved in the frenetic early pace, Kennedy gave Cyborg de Sou time to gather his confidence before producing him to take advantage in the home straight, keeping him up to his work without being hard on him in the closing stages.
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.
Their debut LP on Sub Pop (More Parts Per Million) is fucking great, with a Wire-y, arty edge, frenetic tunes, and a sound reminiscent of early (good) Pavement.
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.
Time management is a skill that's becoming increasingly important in today's frenetic business climate, which calls on us to accomplish more -- with, of course, less time.
And by bringing the narrative to an end at around 1960, he omits Alsop's stentorian support of the Vietnam War and the more frenetic and apocalyptic--"doomed is what we are"--chapters in Alsop's war against communism.
Instead of requiring the microlamps in the source to fluctuate in some correlated fashion, he now proposes that a complex "scattering medium," such as the electrically charged and frenetic atmosphere thought to surround quasars, might serve as an unusual lens that restructures incoming light to have redshifting or blueshifting correlations upon leaving the medium.
0, Hour of Victory combines authentic details from historic World War II battles and adds in frenetic and cinematic gameplay.
The driving beats and singer Yannis Philippakis' frenetic delivery on fan favourites Cassius and Hummer sparked fervent responses.