frenzy frenzy  /f ˈrɛn zi/

Definition(s):

  • (n) state of violent mental agitation

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. The public is not whipped into a frenzy demanding reform.
  2. According to some reports, Bell's 14-year-old daughter had no idea that her mother had once killed two children until the frenzy began.
  3. The response wasn't exactly a feeding frenzy.

News

  1. Har Mar Superstar hoax sends 'Mats fans into frenzy

    Sean "Har Mar Superstar" Tillmann briefly sent Replacements fans into a frenzy Thursday, when he announced he would be joining the reunited Minneapolis rockers on guitar.
    on June 21, 2013     Source: Pioneer Press

  2. Housing market ‘frenzy’ cause for concern in Denver

    DENVER — Housing market is described as being in a “frenzy” in Denver these days. It’s a result of the...
    on June 20, 2013     Source: FOX 31 Denver

  3. ‘Puppet Frenzy’

    Students age 6 to 13 in the Richmond Area Arts Council’s “Puppet Frenzy” summer arts camp this week are designing and making their own puppets under the direction of Richard and Mary Brown. They will put on a puppet show for family and friends on Friday.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Richmond Register

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Quotes

  1. Couric told New York that "I've gone through a bit of a feeding frenzy and there's blood in the water and I've got some vulnerabilities. This person who's been successful isn't so great, and finally she's been put in her place - that kind of...
    on Jul 9, 2007 By: Katie Couric Source: Forbes

  2. Raptors general manager Bryan Colangelo called it all "unprecedented" and a "unique set of circumstances that's got everyone into a frenzy" Monday during a radio interview with the Fan590 in Toronto, when he said it was likely Bosh would leave.
    on Jun 30, 2010 By: Bryan Colangelo Source: The Associated Press

  3. "This Albany press corps was in a feeding frenzy, looking for anything they could do to find it," Silver said. "And basically what David Paterson did was say, 'Stop bothering people. Here's the story. And that's it.'"
    on Mar 13, 2008 By: Sheldon Silver Source: Seattle Times

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