Frantically [adverb]

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Sentence/Example of Frantically:

The three adults repeatedly shouted my name as they frantically searched the house, until my father looked out the front window.

Instead, she set about frantically calling anywhere and everywhere that might be able to offer child care, even just for a week or two.

The driver frantically asked if I knew where he could get service.

Slack’s popular corporate messaging app is getting several new updates to help the wave of companies frantically shifting to accommodate employees now working from home.

Trix is introduced here for the first time, and watching Emily frantically search for all of her mother-in-law’s old gifts so that she can display them properly is so much fun that it makes sense Trix would become a favorite recurring guest.

I’m on the hunt for some decent wifi while on the phone frantically trying to meet a deadline.

They looked down at Grandfather Mole, who was still scurrying frantically about the garden.

Again Wilkins shouted at the top of his voice, and waved his arms more frantically than before.

They frantically waved their hats, ceased firing, and greeted their erstwhile enemies as comrades.

Fumbling in his haste, he produced a pocket communicator, stabbed frantically at the dial and spoke urgently into it.