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‘And in a wild frenzy, Jones also tried to lớn bite other people as police struggled to arrest hlặng.’‘Then suddenly there was a frenzy of excitement in one corner of the square.’‘The sea always reminds me of a slumbering quái vật, waiting for a storm khổng lồ whip it inlớn a wild frenzy.’‘Dozens of people come and go in a frenzy of excitement fuelled by coffee và politics.’‘The audience were whipped up inkhổng lồ a frenzy of emotion that sent everyone trang chủ on a high.’‘England have sầu khổng lồ be wary of getting themselves in an uncontrollable frenzy.’‘They are joining the frenzy in Shangnhì, but have to lớn face a very competitive sầu job market.’‘Local truyền thông media outlets have been in a frenzy interviewing people who attended the các buổi tiệc nhỏ.’‘A huge frenzy would be whipped up in every American thành phố that its auditions were held in.’‘In her prime, she used to lớn run up and down the aisles of her Chicago church whipping the congregation inlớn a frenzy.’‘The pictures taken in the first few days after the disaster were done in a frenzy of haste and chaos.’‘The surviving forest was once again left lớn st& silent và shocked in the wake of the frenzy.’‘This had caused a frenzy of speculation after it was placed anonymously in the Sunday Times last month.’‘He would weave through matches, languorously elegant amid the midfield frenzy.’‘One can only pity the poor soul who subjects herself khổng lồ the truyền thông frenzy.’‘Often it"s a simple chant or catch cry that will whip a crowd into lớn a united frenzy.’‘And despite the retail frenzy, a lot of people said they wished they had not bothered.’‘They are exploring other avenues lớn whip up a mass frenzy against the new incumbents.’‘He flew inkhổng lồ a frenzy and headed up the ladder to lớn the attic with a rope.’

Origin


Middle English from Old French frenesie, from medieval Latin phrenesia, from Latin phrenesis, from Greek phrēn ‘mind’.