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
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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 ?
The two puny things standing between them seemed already lost, but at the very moment that the beasts were upon them the man grasped his companion by the arm and together they leaped to one side, while the frenzied creatures came together like locomotives in collision.
For a moment the bull stood bellowing and quivering with pain and rage, its cloven hoofs widespread, its tail lashing viciously from side to side, and then, in a mad orgy of bucking it went careening about the arena in frenzied attempt to unseat its rending rider.
17-21) Be favourable, O Insewn, Inspirer of frenzied women
And as Ned's voice trailed off into a whisper, again came the cry, this time in frenzied pain.
The Indian, after his first frenzied outburst of fear, now lay quiet, as though fearing to move, moaning in pain.
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?
Not once had he thought of her in those frenzied hours, and for that much, at least, had she truly been lost to him.
As soon as the first effects were over, the injured, the deaf, and lastly, the crowd in general, woke up with frenzied cries.
Summary: Ludhiana (Punjab) [India], Nov 24 (ANI): A 45-year-old was allegedly beaten to death by a frenzied mob after his car ran over a child on Ludhiana's Tibba road.