I cut and paste on my Sina Twitter account, readers retweet, and the nannies erase, all of us operating at a frantic pace.
She was gone, nothing but the frantic solbreeders and the surging, howling subdead.
A paper cup of water with a bent straw is placed before the frantic and miserable patient and all present implore him to Sip!
mid-14c., "insane," unexplained variant of Middle English frentik (see frenetic). Transferred meaning "affected by wild excitement" is from late 15c. Of the adverbial forms, frantically (1749) is later than franticly (1540s).