English words and Examples of Usage

use "frenzy" in a sentence

Still, critics claimed he had stirred his players into a frenzy before the game that night and encouraged overly aggressive play.

Normally apathetic and unaware, if uncontrolled the creature enters a wild frenzy.

The three bosses had a final showdown with the five
their necks and play with two thin sticks to infuse the frenzied rhythm into listeners.

It was in this frenzied activity that he had come to be known as Badshah (Bacha) khan (king of Chiefs).

Meanwhile, as the situation at the courthouse continued to escalate, anxiety on Greenwood Avenue was reaching frenzied levels.

"Listening to her debut, it's easy to see why the gamine Davey caused such frenzied consternation in AR circles upon her signing to EMI.

words like "crazy," "possessed," "frenzied," and "demented" get thrown around quite a bit.

The Judt article engendered a frenzied media blitz in the Uk and US.

The modulatory section begins in the minor key; a brief return to the tonic key provides a breath of calm before an increasingly frenzied series of modulations.

The tournaments have become a national tradition, and large numbers of frenzied students and parents travel from hometowns to cheer for their local team.

8.5.11 Marius Letdorf GENERAL NOTES: The famous frenzied count.

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