Definition of frenzied
: feeling or showing great or abnormal excitement or emotional disturbance frenzied dancing
Examples of frenzied in a Sentence
The screams of the fans grew more frenzied as the concert progressed.
the frenzied scene at the mall in the final week before Christmas
Recent Examples of frenzied from the Web
For a passage of frenzied mayhem, Mr. Gilbert came up with the idea of having the players toss paper fusillades at him.
The club was hardly full—Yaeji was playing on the wet and cold night before Mother’s Day—but the track’s frenzied pitch quickly lowered inhibitions.
Michael Stein, a consultant specializing in nonprofits’ use of technology, recalled the frenzied atmosphere at a dot-org conference in April 2000.
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First Known Use of frenzied
FRENZIED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of frenzied for English Language Learners
: very excited or upset
FRENZIED Defined for Kids
Definition of frenzied for Students
: very excited and upset One day he heard frenzied horn-honking and screaming. — Jerry Spinelli, Maniac Magee
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