hectically hectically

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in a frenzied manner

Usage(s):

  1. From morning until late at night he conferred hectically with party leaders.
  2. Strings flurried hectically to suggest the buzz of talk.
  3. Martin Flavin's third play of the season, posing a marriage problem among poor college students, developing it hectically, solving it dubiously.

News

  1. Linthicum: Pizza is the choice for snowed-in Linthicumites

    Around noon last Monday, during Anne Arundel County’s latest ice and snowstorm, Amanuel Yohannes and his pizza chefs at Carmelo’s on Camp Meade Roard were hectically completing the second half of a wh
    on March 6, 2014     Source: Maryland Gazette

  2. Linthicum: Pizza the choice for snowed in Linthicumites

    Around noon last Monday, during Anne Arundel county's latest ice and snowstorm, Amanuel Yohannes and his pizza chefs at Carmelo’s on Camp Meade Roard were hectically completing the second half of a wh
    on March 6, 2014     Source: Maryland Gazette

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