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  1. Gasida says:
    But if you trace frenetic back through Anglo-French and Latin, you'll find that it comes from Greek phrenitis, a term describing an inflammation of the brain. Phrēn, the Greek word for "mind," is a root you will recognize in schizophrenic. As for frenzied and frantic, they're not only synonyms of frenetic .
  2. Tum says:
    Words related to frenetic furious, frantic, frenzied, obsessive, delirious, demented, distraught, excited, fanatical, insane, mad, overwrought, rabid, unbalanced, wild, wired, corybantic, hyper, in a lather, phrenetic Example sentences from the Web for frenetic.
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    The acrid, rhythmically frenetic miniatures propel a ten-dancer, eleven-section piece that starts with the participants clumped on the floor in a pyramidal formation. Paul Taylor Dance Company This frenetic tale is totally American and, apparently, totally true.
  4. Daigal says:
    involving a lot of movement or activity; extremely active, excited, or uncontrollable: Americans like fast cars, fast-food restaurants, and a frenetic pace of life. (Definition of frenetic from the Cambridge .
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    Sep 09,  · If you describe an activity as frenetic, you mean that it is fast and energetic, but rather chiepresulebfirki.doreehosinsubsplemasenoxcafremen.co frenetic pace of life in New York. This frenetic activity is the sign of a worried man. Synonyms: frantic, wild, excited, crazy More Synonyms of frenetic.
  6. Doutaxe says:
    11 synonyms of frenetic from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 24 related words, definitions, and antonyms. Find another word for frenetic. Frenetic: marked by great and often stressful excitement or .
  7. Kile says:
    EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FRENETIC “Frenetic to be free,” like the pennon, is in this sense the concentration of its meaning. It is here worth noticing that Siena, the city of civil discord, was also the city of frenetic .
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    Frenetic Reference Designs. See our design references for further guidance. Inductor for high ripple currents in resonant converters + info. High power density transformer for Full Bridge converters + info. How does Frenetic work? The all-in-one solution for your magnetics, from design to manufacture.
  9. Tygocage says:
    of Software Defined Networks. Languages within the Frenetic family provide a domain specific sub-language for specifying dataplane packet processing in terms of packet functions and combinators inside of a general purpose programming language - thereby realizing many of the features listed.

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