Definition of franticness in US English:

franticness

noun

  • See frantic

    • ‘This franticness makes them appear really desperate and sometimes ruins the connection.’
    • ‘There is, with such activities, a sort of build-in franticness and distraction, even a low-level near-panic.’
    • ‘The meeting between the seniors and the young ones mitigates the franticness of the young, refutes prejudice and encourages and fosters patience and tolerance.’
    • ‘Through broadcast news, we've all seen the franticness of worried seniors, spending the night in long lines hoping for a shot of the scarce flu vaccine.’
    • ‘Through the rain hammering on all the men she could hardly see faces, but there was a feeling of franticness and fear.’

Pronunciation

franticness

/ˈfran(t)iknəs//ˈfræn(t)ɪknəs/