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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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One fear that turned out to be unfounded is that players could look at the TV to see who has what controls, taking away some of the franticness. This is near useless in practice: it's far easier to shout the command than it is to look at the screen, work out who has what control and direct your command at them.
It hurt, but the franticness of the class and the dramatic countdown timer on the sound system had us laughing through the sweat and pain.
A very errant mind that could focus intensely on a book which she would consume and just absorb it "But the rest was a franticness. She knew what life was supposed to be and God bless her she tried very hard to get there.
"But the rest was a franticness." The last picture Peaches posted online showed her as a toddler in the arms of mother Paula, who died from a drugs overdose in 2000.
When you can have a break from the franticness of daily life.
Ending with a tableau in stark contrast with the franticness of the previous moments, the final scene does not offer any solution to the interlocked succession of mysteries that sustains Holcroft's play.
She waved at me with increasing franticness but I couldn't move.
There was a time when he would have patted the floor beside him and made her sit and tell him everything: the size, the franticness, the intricacy of fumbling and the awkward parting conversation.
In the first 20 minutes neither team gained ascendancy and there was a degree of franticness on the Ruthin side, leading to handling errors and conceding a number of penalties when in 410366 Denbigh ......