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Meanwhile, right-wing groups from the Proud Boys to the Michigan Militia could join an explosive frenzy.

From Ozy

Foxx has yet to fully explain the series of events, which has only fed the media frenzy around the case.

That conspiracy-fueled frenzy was propelled in part by credulous mainstream news coverage, and by false accusations and even convictions of day-care owners.

In the Philippines, it has set off a frenzy as the 7-foot-2 18-year-old moves one step closer to becoming the first Philippines-born player in the NBA.

From Ozy

Although only one recession saw the bona fide busting of a frenzy, all six included bear markets.

From Fortune

Porter was convicted and shortly after sentenced to death by a judge who compared him to a shark in a feeding frenzy.

I am scared that, like me, they will arrive and see a frenzy of disorganization, fear and, most frightening, quarantine.

The media goes into a frenzy when egregious examples of bad mothers occur, like Susan Smith or Casey Anthony.

Three days after the media frenzy, Dr. Sisley got a letter from the HHS.

Republicans have been in a frenzy since realizing that the IRS was missing two years of Lerner emails.

They hurry in a frenzy up the back-stairs about 1.25, and they pace up and down in a frenzy till half-past one.

Eugene Miller, in a fine frenzy, threw himself into a chair beside Aristide.

Here on the bridge he paused and turned in a frenzy to scream to his followers that they should fetch more torches.

She clasped her thin hands in a frenzy of impotent rage—with Anne Ashton had lain the real triumph, with herself the sacrifice.

Such is the case even at the present day in cities wherein the degree of folly and frenzy exceeds that of ancient Alexandria.


On this page you'll find 106 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to frenzy, such as: burst, craze, excitement, fever, free-for-all, and furor.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.