Phrenetical
Phrenetic Phre*net"ic, Phrenetical Phre*net"ic*al, a. [L. phreneticus, Gr. ?, ?: cf. F. phr['e]n['e]tique. See {Frantic}, and cf. {Frenetic}.] Relating to phrenitis; suffering from frenzy; delirious; mad; frantic; frenetic. -- {Phre*net"ic*al*ly}, adv. [1913 Webster]

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  • phrenetical — adj. crazy, mad, insane; savage, barbarian, wild; fanatical, extremely excited …   English contemporary dictionary

  • phrenetical — phre·net·i·cal …   English syllables

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  • Phrenetic — Phre*net ic, Phrenetical Phre*net ic*al, a. [L. phreneticus, Gr. ?, ?: cf. F. phr[ e]n[ e]tique. See {Frantic}, and cf. {Frenetic}.] Relating to phrenitis; suffering from frenzy; delirious; mad; frantic; frenetic. {Phre*net ic*al*ly}, adv. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Phrenetically — Phrenetic Phre*net ic, Phrenetical Phre*net ic*al, a. [L. phreneticus, Gr. ?, ?: cf. F. phr[ e]n[ e]tique. See {Frantic}, and cf. {Frenetic}.] Relating to phrenitis; suffering from frenzy; delirious; mad; frantic; frenetic. {Phre*net ic*al*ly},… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • frenetic — frenetically, adv. /freuh net ik/, adj. frantic; frenzied. Also, frenetical, phrenetic, phrenetical. [1350 1400; ME; see FRANTIC] * * * …   Universalium

  • phrenetic — phrenetically, adv. phreneticness, n. /fri net ik/, adj. Also, phrenetical. 1. frenetic. 2. filled with extreme excitement; fanatic; frenzied. n. 3. a phrenetic person. [1325 75; < L phreneticus < LGk phrenetikós, Gk phrenitikós frenzied (see… …   Universalium

  • fanatical — I adjective ardent, burning, devoted, dogmatic, enthusiastic, excessive, extreme, fanatic, fanaticus, fervent, immoderate, impassioned, inordinate, obsessed, obsessive, overemotional, overenthusiastic, overzealous, passionate, phrenetic,… …   Law dictionary

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