Frantic [adjective]

Definition of Frantic:

distressed, distracted

Opposite/Antonyms of Frantic:

Sentence/Example of Frantic:

Lawmakers file so many bills during the frantic sessions, rushing from hearing room to hearing room, that they often leave special interests to hammer out the details.

I felt slightly frantic, knowing that, in the early pandemic period, every minute spent together in the house brought greater risk.

Cork boards keep everything in easy view, eliminating annoying paper piles and frantic searching for necessary items.

As frantic work continues to find a vaccine, countries like Nigeria continue to do all they can to curb the spread of the virus.

Some places seem to be getting into phase two-and-a-half, with the most frantic shopping starting to subside.

Frantic applause, several times repeated, which drowned the voice of the orator.

Half frantic, I dashed forward, snatching as I did so a rapier from the wall, the only weapon handy.

Frantic with fright, she implored her Maker to have mercy on her, remarking at the same time, "The devil has got me at last."

And so saying, the mis-shapen little demon set up a hideous yell, and danced upon the ground as if frantic with rage.

A frantic horse kicks tolerably hard you know, but I shall be able to tell you more when the doctor comes to-morrow.