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Definition of frenzy noun from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



(pl. frenzies) [countable, usually singular, uncountable] frenzy (of something)
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a state of great activity and strong emotion that is often violent or frightening and not under control in a frenzy of activity/excitement/violence The speaker worked the crowd up into a frenzy. an outbreak of patriotic frenzy a killing frenzy see also feeding frenzy
See the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary entry: frenzy

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