frenzy

[ fren-zee ]SEE DEFINITION OF frenzy

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Their walk was a delight to him, their roaring gallop a frenzy of eager sensation.

Nor, in the blindness of his frenzy, had he seen when she had gone nor whither she went.

Have a care, Jinkins, ere you provoke a desperate man to frenzy!

Clotilde, in a frenzy of grief, raised her arm, as if to drive her out of the room.

They could do neither now, for the fear that possessed them at sight of Israel's frenzy.

John rebuked them and turned them out of the room, but he was almost in as great a frenzy.

Call it frenzy if you like—I don't much mind what people call it.

If so, it was the frenzy of a self-sacrifice that was sublimity itself.

The girl was in a sort of frenzy of excitement and hysterical exaltation.

It is the frenzy into which men whip themselves to justify an evil passion.

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