Definition of 'frenzy'
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You still have bruises from the festive shopping frenzy. Times, Sunday Times (2007)This high looks likely to be breached as the buying frenzy continues. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The delicious smell drives my dog into a frenzy of excitement. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The royal interest sent the physicians into a frenzy of activity. THE HERBALIST: Nicholas Culpeper Rebel Physician (2004)The fight that has been five years in the making has already sparked a frenzy with punters. The Sun (2015)The shark went into this crazed feeding frenzy. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The value was rising as fans went on a buying frenzy. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The deal frenzy is being driven by a dramatic slide in crop prices in recent years. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But this frenzy of activity is unlikely to lead to vastly higher prices yet. Times, Sunday Times (2009)During the 19th century there was a frenzy of speculation. Times, Sunday Times (2015)They can produce a frenzy of activity, yet leave no trace of the real cause. Christianity Today (2000)Given the right conditions, we have always been able to work up a bit of shopping frenzy. Times, Sunday Times (2007)When he was finally able to place his moths in front of it, they went into a frenzy of excitement. Secrets of the Soil (1990)But that didn't stop both teams going at each other in a wild frenzy of action and commitment on Wednesday night. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'frenzy'
British English: frenzy NOUN
Frenzy or a frenzy is great excitement or wild behaviour that often results from losing control of your feelings.
'Get out!' she ordered in a frenzy.
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