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Explanation: frantic |ˈfrantik|
wild or distraught with fear, anxiety, or other emotion : she was frantic with worry.
• conducted in a hurried, excited, and chaotic way, typically because of the need to act quickly : frantic attempts to resuscitate the girl.
frantically |-(ə)lē| |ˈfrøn(t)ək(ə)li| adverb
franticness |ˈfrøn(t)ɪkn1s| noun
ORIGIN late Middle English frentik [insane, violently mad,] from Old French frenetique (see frenetic ).
Drmanu49 France Local time: 17:31 Works in field Native speaker of: English, French PRO pts in category: 81