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frenetic

view main entry for freneticadjective  /frəˈnetɪk/
British English pronunciation: freneticClick to listen to the pronunciation of frenetic

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frenetically

  /frəˈnetɪkli/  adverb
British English pronunciation: freneticallyClick to listen to the pronunciation of frenetically

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