frenziedly


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fren·zied

 (frĕn′zēd)
adj.
Affected with or marked by frenzy; frantic: a frenzied rush for the exits.

fren′zied·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.frenziedly - in a frenzied manner; "we rehearsed frenziedly the last few days before the premiere"

frenziedly

adverb
In a violent, strenuous way:
Translations
بجُنون، بِخَبَل
horečnězuřivě
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frenziedly

adv dance, shoutwie wild; workfieberhaft

frenziedly

[ˈfrɛnzɪdlɪ] adv (work) → freneticamente
his heart was beating frenziedly → il cuore gli batteva all'impazzata

frenzy

(ˈfrenzi) plural ˈfrenzies noun
a state of great excitement, fear etc. She waited in a frenzy of anxiety.
ˈfrenzied adjective
ˈfrenziedly adverb
References in classic literature ?
Multitudes of drivers might howl in his rear, and passengers might load him with opprobrium, he would not awaken until some blue policeman turned red and began to frenziedly tear bridles and beat the soft noses of the responsible horses.
A congregation of horses, tied to a long railing, were tugging frenziedly at their bridles.
And again he toiled frenziedly, but this time with a different purpose.
He shuddered and stopped; she seized his hand and pressed it frenziedly.
he cried, striking frenziedly into the air with his hands.
I am reminded of scenes back home women cramming into tiny kitchens, frenziedly cooking meals for their families.
His films focus less on politicians hypocritically joining forces to perpetuate the elite and stick it to the people (which would indeed be satire) than on politicians swearing and yelling at each other, frenziedly trying to undermine their rivals like the contestants on some reality-TV show.
Maradona could barely contain his delight and he set off on a victory lap, celebrating frenziedly with his coaching staff and the fans.
In the video, the groom's family can be seen hurling the gifts at the guests, who frenziedly leapt about to grab whatever they could lay their hand on.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo was scrambling outside the pocket to his left, looking frenziedly for an open receiver, when he stepped into a slide to avoid a tackle.
Flash back to mum frenziedly spending the compensation, to meeting her new man, to Colin sitting beside a photograph of his father with his share of the money in one hand, slowly setting it alight with a match held by the other.