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frantic

slang Wild, exciting, or excellent. That was one frantic party on Friday night—we had a great time!

frantic

mod. great; wild. We had a frantic time at Chez Freddy.
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Steve Kirkham from Frantic Assembly with Donna Pender, Ysgol John Bright
Kylie Minogue has blamed the split from her latest boyfriend on work and her "frantic schedule".
Performing Arts graduates from Coventry University's School of Art and Design have been working with leading acclaimed theatre company Frantic Assembly on the stage special.
Bopper jokes became the norm, for alluding to the crazy, the wild, the frantic - and that's what they called us, because that's what we said.
It may be case of too little too late for Robins' boss Darren Ryan, who was sent to the stand by referee Dean John in the second period of a frantic match.
A FRANTIC round of business activity saw a North-east estate agent secure six deals on commercial premises in the week before Christmas.
Ethan Stroud saved a Formby penalty, before an own goal ensured a frantic finish, but Ainsdale held on to win 2-1.
Frantic Andy Beaeles, of Glasgow Pest Control Solutions, said: "We've been inundated with calls from frantic homeowners wanting us to take care of rats.
Frantic brides rushed to the store to find it had been emptied.
Harlequins' England scrumhalf Danny Care set up a frantic last 90 seconds with a late converted try.
From the very beginning we are stunned by the blunt reality of teenage desolation, Richard's attempt at suicide is interrupted by a frantic telephone call from female acquaintance, Cindy.
The tempo moves--from the frantic mismatched voice and beat of "Snipe Rifle Target" to the bouncing "Hungry" and the grooving title track.
But Rovers silenced those jeers as they survived a frantic Swansea start to gradually take full control.
During the frantic days on the cusp of WW II, when the US was desperately rearming itself, there was much more latitude for innovation than now; it was a good time for all sorts of unusual and even fanciful new ideas to get their chance in the overwhelming crisis.
Portraying the dual nature of the African female as both mother and warrior, the dancers shift from crouched positions to frantic tribal stomps and turns.