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It is here worth noticing that Siena, the city of civil discord, was also the city of frenetic piety. Everywhere was joy, gain, revelry; everywhere certainty of the morrow's bread; everywhere the frenetic outbursts of vitality. He had the unwholesome, frenetic aspect of the patent medicine enthusiast, not uncommon in the North. And the toy flag there floated where he raised it aloft, "frenetic," as Browning says, "to be free. There was in him the frenetic unconscious desire to rid himself of the thing he had come to believe inferior. There is no hacienda nostalgia in Mexico—only frenetic pressure for industrialization and overall capitalism. Synonyms for frenetic frantic frenzied furious obsessive corybantic delirious demented distraught excited fanatical furibund hyper in a lather insane lost it mad overwrought phrenetic rabid unbalanced unscrewed weirded out wigged out wild wired MOST RELEVANT. A cripple without legs having succeeded in seizing a drachma, the applause was frenetic. He lit the cigarette, took a puff that made the smoke do a frenetic dance around his nostrils.
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The whole scene looks like a frenetic burlesque show-themed bachelorette party. The meeting will cap a frenetic fundraising season for the conservative donor network. With alternating chapters, the novel takes us on a frenetic journey through the perspectives of these unlikely apocalyptos. To preserve the frenetic flavor of the scene, I have left in the interview a few of these interruptions.
To save this word, you'll need to log in. Bredbeck Nonstop one-liners, cartoon characters, pointless freneticism and a ridiculous denouement do not a mystery novel make. When life gets frenetic, things can seem absolutely insane - at least that seems to be what folks in the Middle Ages thought.