Franticize

fran·ti·cize (frə-ĕnt’ər-sìzæ)
verb.

1. To cause another person to unnecessarily panic by unnecessarily panicking yourself.

Corporate interest loves to encourage this.

Many parents love to franticize their own children in the mistaken belief that a person in a hurry is an important person.

Many desperate wild-eyed but silent commuters love to be franticized by their fellow passengers in the mistaken belief that a person in a hurry is an important person.

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