- [S][U]狂乱 a state of panic,causing a wild display of emotion,hysteria
- [S][U]极度的激动 very great excitement
state of violent mental agitation
- In a frenzy of hate he killed his enemy.
- They were singing in a frenzy of joy.
- His frenzy of the previous day had all calmed down.
- The speaker worked the crowd up into a frenzy.
- She worked herself up into a frenzy because she thought she'd miss her train.
- They were whipping up nationalist frenzy among the excitable crowds.
- She waited for news in a frenzy.
- feeding frenzy 通过媒介无情攻击某人...
Subject to temporary fits of frenzy.出自： C. Thirlwall
In a frenzy they disarranged their hair, tore their garments and rushed screaming out of the city.出自： K. Lines
The Department seemed like a pack of beagles in frenzied pursuit.出自： D. Acheson
The frenzied crowd of maddened natives.出自： J. G. Farrell
For all the hour..that one of his pieces sometimes lasts..he frenzies the keyboard.出自：New Yorker