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frenzied

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfrenziedfren‧zied /ˈfrenzid/ adjective 🔊 🔊 EXCITEDfrenzied activity is fast and uncontrolled, usually because it is done by someone feeling very anxious or excited 🔊 A woman was stabbed to death in a frenzied attack on her home tonight. 🔊 frenzied efforts to find a solutionfrenziedly adverb
Examples from the Corpus
frenziedIt was at least five minutes before the crowd's frenzied applause died down.Many of the deals struck in this frenzied atmosphere are sure to go sour eventually, sending more companies to the brink.Was this enough reason to encourage such frenzied attacks?This led to frenzied buying orders.In this one, a frenzied crowd seemed to be dismantling two locomotives made of rubber.frenzied attackHe was certainly the subject of a frenzied attack.Julie fell dead beneath a tree, its lower branches hacked off in the frenzied attack.Was this enough reason to encourage such frenzied attacks?He was stabbed 8 times in the lungs and intestines in a frenzied attack at the Plough pub in Bicester.
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