Banks did not merely lend predatorily—they pushed, scooped up, repackaged, and resold loans to a frenzied degree.
Now the last words come in the form of a frenzied tweet, and a sad, ominous “to be continued…”
Merkin recalls the “frenzied beating-up of dolls in her office.”
The uproar over the award consumes the whole country, feeding a frenzied media and hungry politicians.
There were the pastry chefs clad in white, diligently working and immune to our frenzied picture-taking.
They lived, and were animated with the frenzied fear of trapped things.
They told how Tomo was wrought to a pitch of frenzied interest by this manhunt.
He will then be a furious madman whose limbs we have bound to prevent him from carrying his frenzied thoughts into execution.
Whatever we do, we cannot dispel the darkness by a frenzied denunciation of war.
My frenzied eyes searched the ground for some missile of defense.
mid-14c., "delirium, insanity," from Old French frenesie, from Medieval Latin phrenesia, from phrenesis, back-formation from Latin phreneticus "delirious" (see frenetic). Meaning "excited state of mind" is from c.1400.