Feeding the frenzy were the celebrities themselves, who, it seemed, collectively decided to all go bonkers all at the same time.
In the dog eat world of journalism, in the frenzy to find out this story,” Edis claimed: “you hack the competition.
And so the last few weeks of the year, which are usually slow for the real-estate crowd, turned into a frenzy.
Arriving at the Melody Ballroom, the atmosphere was a frenzy of joy, jubilation and holy bedlam.
He looked up in wonderment and heard the ceaseless noise of frenzy.
When she realized the significance of our words, she gave way to a frenzy of anger.
Their walk was a delight to him, their roaring gallop a frenzy of eager sensation.
Yes, a curious creature whom I happened to meet—and who took pity on the state of frenzy I was in at that time.
Nor, in the blindness of his frenzy, had he seen when she had gone nor whither she went.
He turned and galloped up the slope in a frenzy of fear highly ludicrous under the circumstances.
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.