Anoushka Shankar Featuring Norah Jones, "Traces of You" Those last few videos were sort of hectic.
Whatever She Wants, a hectic account of his 10-year career, focuses on women he serviced in Central London.
She has been a regular fixture in the British gossip pages despite a hectic schedule of rehearsals.
Crowley is known for closing the door and taking short breaks, even on the most hectic days, to center herself.
"I tried to get out there to warn people from the black tweets straight away in case it all got hectic," he explained.
Her dim, sunken eye, and the hectic spot on her faded cheek, gave sad token that her words were too likely to be fulfilled.
The nervous, hectic state of the journalists made him feel nervous too.
Mrs. Galland entered to find her daughter before the mirror brushing her hair with hectic vigor.
His pale cheeks were lit by a hectic flush of intense feeling.
We narrow down from these to hectic souls content with a few thoughts which serve as a basis for the hearts fervours.
late 14c., etik (in fever etik), from Old French etique "consumptive," from Late Latin hecticus, from Greek hektikos "continuous, habitual, consumptive" (of a disease, because of the constant fever), from hexis "a habit (of mind or body)," from ekhein "have, hold, continue" (see scheme).
The Latin -h- was restored in English 16c. Sense of "feverishly exciting, full of disorganized activity" first recorded 1904, but hectic also was used in Middle English as a noun meaning "feverish desire, consuming passion" (early 15c.). Hectic fevers are characterized by rapid pulse, among other symptoms. Related: Hecticness.