|Origin:||frenesie, from Latin phreneticus; FRENETIC|
fren‧zy plural frenzies
1 [uncountable and countable]
a state of great anxiety or excitement, in which you cannot control your behaviour
a frenzy of religious feeling
in a frenzy
The women were screaming and in a frenzy to get home.
Doreen had worked herself into a frenzy.
a time when people do a lot of things very quickly
a frenzy of activity
a selling frenzy
an occasion when a lot of people get involved in an activity in an uncontrolled way:
The film put America's moviegoers into a feeding frenzy.
an occasion when a lot of wild animals, especially sharks, eat something in a very excited way