from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A state of violent mental agitation or wild excitement.
- n. Temporary madness or delirium.
- n. A mania; a craze.
- transitive v. To drive into a frenzy.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A state of wild activity or panic.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Mad; frantic.
- n. Any violent agitation of the mind approaching to distraction; violent and temporary derangement of the mental faculties; madness; rage.
- transitive v. To affect with frenzy; to drive to madness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Violent agitation of the mind approaching to temporary derangement of the mental faculties; distraction; delirium; madness.
- n. Synonyms Mania, Madness, etc. (see insanity); rage, fury, raving.
- Mad; delirious.
- To render frantic; drive to distraction.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. state of violent mental agitation
If falsifying data to stir the public into a frenzy is your idea of “profit motive” then my friend you are a sad individual.
If falsifying data to stir the public into a frenzy is your idea of “profit motive”
The pension obligation bond frenzy is so devoid of “public purpose” and so fully bypasses even the economic rent concept that only an economist could see through the haze.
The media frenzy is over, but the problem lingers on.
Mix well with lies, sprinkle in copious amounts of fear and stir until a frenzy is reached.
Next in the feeding frenzy is Naked in Death by J.D. Robb.
In a rage, he lunged at her in frenzy while she avoids the knife.
Should we give Al Queada more press and mind-share power: No. Remember: a media feeding frenzy is oxygen to their cause.
The frenzy is being fueled in part by a relatively small number of rich donors - oil and gas industry chief executives, construction magnates and other tycoons - who are able to exert outsize influence in specific races.
General manager Neal Huntington says the trading frenzy is over, but more prospects are knocking on the door, some of whom are likely to follow the path blazed by McCutchen and Jones, who were called up in midseason last year.