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frantic

  
1       adj   If you are frantic, you are behaving in a wild and uncontrolled way because you are frightened or worried.  
A bird had been locked in and was by now quite frantic.     
  frantically      adv   ADV with v  
She clutched frantically at Emily's arm.     
2       adj   If an activity is frantic, things are done quickly and in an energetic but disorganized way, because there is very little time.  
A busy night in the restaurant can be frantic in the kitchen.     
  frantically      adv   ADV with v  
We have been frantically trying to save her life.     
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frantic

  
  
at one's wits' end, at the end of one's tether, berserk, beside oneself, desperate, distracted, distraught, fraught     (informal)   frenetic, frenzied, furious, hectic, mad, overwrought, raging, raving, uptight     (informal)   wild  
  
Antonyms     
   calm, collected, composed, cool, laid-back, poised, self-possessed, together     (slang)   unfazed     (informal)   unruffled  

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