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use "frantically" in a sentence

Nansemond comes to the rescue of Britannia Britannia frantically changed course several times before escaping in the darkness after the Union side-wheeler Nansemond captured her pursuer's attention.

Learning his office files are in the garage, Gabrielle searches
were made to repair the damage.

Despite the frantic efforts of the Navy Corpsman present who try to save him, Wilson later dies from his wounds, leaving a deep impression on kovic.

In densely populated areas, a courtyard in a home can provide privacy for a family, a break from the frantic pace of everyday life, and a safe place for children to play.

Macdonald must have hesitated, but eventually said yes after the frantic brother-in-law knocked on his door one morning before he was out of bed.

At one time or another the case involves strippers, one-legged, one-eyed lawyer extraordinaire Buddy Conford, an abused woman Lena both identifies with and wants to save, and a frantic search to find more buried coffins before it's too late.

The following morning James is frantic with worry as Penelope has been missing all night.

Upon hearing sneezing and bells, a frantic Zack lands head first into the cake-which had Hannah's favorite flavor, vanilla.

Frankie arrived on the scene frantic for news about Jack and Darren, before they finally appeared supporting an injured Tony.

In addition, compositions of this time often had a frantic tempo, allowing more leeway in the harmony of fleeting chords.

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