One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The complete manuscript, even after it had been frenziedly edited, still came to about 300,000 words.’
- ‘Already provoked with sharp pins on which ribbons flutter gaily, the bull rushes frenziedly out and stands in the middle of the arena, looking confused by the roar of applause.’
- ‘As the truck inches along, dancers with more than a few drinks in them move frenziedly to deafeningly loud drums and loudspeakers.’
- ‘But Argento puts all that juvenile hurt and defensive self-love across in a manner as frenziedly decadent as her dad's.’
- ‘This frenetic groove band apparently still plays ska, punk and funk as frenziedly as ever.’
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