frenzied


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fren·zied

 (frĕn′zēd)
adj.
Affected with or marked by frenzy; frantic: a frenzied rush for the exits.

fren′zied·ly adv.

frenzied

(ˈfrɛnzɪd)
adj
filled with or as if with frenzy; wild; frantic
ˈfrenziedly adv

fren•zied

(ˈfrɛn zid)

adj.
1. wildly excited or enthusiastic.
2. violently agitated; frantic; wild.
[1790–1800]
fren′zied•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.frenzied - affected with or marked by frenzy or mania uncontrolled by reasonfrenzied - affected with or marked by frenzy or mania uncontrolled by reason; "a frenzied attack"; "a frenzied mob"; "the prosecutor's frenzied denunciation of the accused"- H.W.Carter; "outbursts of drunken violence and manic activity and creativity"
wild - marked by extreme lack of restraint or control; "wild talk"; "wild parties"
2.frenzied - excessively agitated; distraught with fear or other violent emotion; "frantic with anger and frustration"; "frenetic screams followed the accident"; "a frenzied look in his eye"
agitated - troubled emotionally and usually deeply; "agitated parents"

frenzied

adjective uncontrolled, wild, excited, mad, crazy, furious, frantic, distraught, hysterical, agitated, frenetic, feverish, rabid, maniacal the frenzied activity of the general election

frenzied

adjective
Marked by extreme excitement, confusion, or agitation:
Archaic: madding.
Translations
مخبول، مجْنون
horečnýzuřivý
í uppnámi
çılgınçılgına dönmüş

frenzied

[ˈfrenzɪd] ADJ [effort etc] → frenético; [crowd etc] → enloquecido

frenzied

[ˈfrɛnzid] adj (= frantic) [activity] → frénétique; [attack] → déchaîné(e)

frenzied

adj activity, effortshektisch, fieberhaft; attack, passion, shoutswild; atmosphereüberreizt; applause, crowd, fans, hasterasend; the gardens became the scene of frenzied activityin den Gärten herrschte hektische Betriebsamkeit

frenzied

[ˈfrɛnzɪd] adj (person) → frenetico/a; (efforts, shouts) → convulso/a

frenzy

(ˈfrenzi) plural ˈfrenzies noun
a state of great excitement, fear etc. She waited in a frenzy of anxiety.
ˈfrenzied adjective
ˈfrenziedly adverb
References in classic literature ?
And as Ned's voice trailed off into a whisper, again came the cry, this time in frenzied pain.
She shouted, she wailed; but whether her voice remained unheard or unheeded, no reply came to her frenzied cries.
And now, while both elastic gunwales were springing in and out, as the whale dallied with the doomed craft in this devilish way; and from his body being submerged beneath the boat, he could not be darted at from the bows, for the bows were almost inside of him, as it were; and while the other boats involuntarily paused, as before a quick crisis impossible to withstand, then it was that monomaniac Ahab, furious with this tantalizing vicinity of his foe, which placed him all alive and helpless in the very jaws he hated; frenzied with all this, he seized the long bone with his naked hands, and wildly strove to wrench it from its gripe.
Of course she knew nothing about it, except that it was big and imposing--what possible chance has a poor foreign working girl to understand the banking business, as it is conducted in this land of frenzied finance?
Yes; I feel now that I was right when I adhered to principle and law, and scorned and crushed the insane promptings of a frenzied moment.
I don't know if it be a peculiarity in me, but I am seldom otherwise than happy while watching in the chamber of death, should no frenzied or despairing mourner share the duty with me.
She turned on me in such a frenzied manner, when I tried to raise her from the ground -- she looked at me with such a fearful wildness in her eyes -- that I felt absolutely terrified at the sight of her.
And as the frantic wielders of these weapons snatched them from the stream of sparks and tore away into the streets, the same red hue was red in their frenzied eyes;--eyes which any unbrutalised beholder would have given twenty years of life, to petrify with a well-directed gun.
It has never been dollar-mad, nor frenzied by the virus of stock-gambling.
Seeing all the household in confusion, I ventured to come out regardless whether I were seen or not, and determined, if I were, to do some frenzied deed that would prove to all the world the righteous indignation of my breast in the punishment of the treacherous Don Fernando, and even in that of the fickle fainting traitress.
Failing to get reply, he burst in the door with frenzied blows of his mighty fist, and soon came running up to the room where Robin lay, white and faint.
He looked long at the light which came through the shutters; he clung closely to the wall, and a frenzied joy came over him when he presently heard his mother say, "He has great independence of heart.