frenzied

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frenzied (comparative more frenzied, superlative most frenzied)

  1. In a state of hurry, panic or wild activity.
    Preparations for the president's arrival made for a frenzied week.
    • 1962 April, R. K. Evans, “The Acceptance Testing of Diesel Locomotives”, in Modern Railways, page 268:
      Because most diesel failures can be traced to electrical faults, minor in themselves but often difficult to pin-point, any unscheduled halt during a trial run is often the signal for the frenzied unfolding of wiring diagrams and the appearance of an impressive array of voltmeters and circuit testers.

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