feeding the frenzy were the celebrities themselves, who, it seemed, collectively decided to all go bonkers all at the same time.
Porter was convicted and shortly after sentenced to death by a judge who compared him to a shark in a feeding frenzy.
We were feeding squirrels in Palm Desert, which was hysterical because the girls were running away from them.
She recalled visiting Somalia in October 1992, when warlords were preventing food from getting to feeding stations.
This is the rage the Republicans are feeding—and conservative intellectuals are doing their best to ignore.
The feeding is all done not at the time of hunger, but at the time of day.
It's hard weather for the sheep an' a'm thinkin' this 'ill be a feeding storm.
They be rare nesh in their feeding, maids from town, so mistress do say.
Give it nothing, I pray you, for it is not worth the feeding.
To linger over this strange method of feeding is superfluous after what I have said about the Anthrax.
Old English fedan "nourish, feed, sustain, foster," from Proto-Germanic *fodjan (cf. Old Saxon fodjan, Old Frisian feda, Dutch voeden, Old High German fuotan, Old Norse foeða, Gothic fodjan "to feed"), from PIE *pa- "to protect, feed" (see food). Feeding frenzy is from 1989, metaphoric extension of a phrase that had been used of sharks since 1950s.
"action of feeding," 1570s, from feed (v.). Meaning "food for animals" is first attested 1580s. Of machinery, from 1892.