逆上, 余憤, 立腹
Noun(1) state of violent mental agitation
(1) Local media outlets have been in a frenzy interviewing people who attended the party.(2) England have to be wary of getting themselves in an uncontrollable frenzy .(3) This had caused a frenzy of speculation after it was placed anonymously in the Sunday Times last month.(4) They are joining the frenzy in Shanghai, but have to face a very competitive job market.(5) Doreen worked herself into a frenzy of rage(6) Often it's a simple chant or catch cry that will whip a crowd into a united frenzy .(7) He flew into a frenzy and headed up the ladder to the attic with a rope.(8) He would weave through matches, languorously elegant amid the midfield frenzy .(9) The sea always reminds me of a slumbering monster, waiting for a storm to whip it into a wild frenzy .(10) Then suddenly there was a frenzy of excitement in one corner of the square.(11) The surviving forest was once again left to stand silent and shocked in the wake of the frenzy .(12) They are exploring other avenues to whip up a mass frenzy against the new incumbents.(13) In her prime, she used to run up and down the aisles of her Chicago church whipping the congregation into a frenzy .(14) Dozens of people come and go in a frenzy of excitement fuelled by coffee and politics.(15) And in a wild frenzy , Jones also tried to bite other people as police struggled to arrest him.(16) Thankfully, the sound was back in a minute and the audience got back into the frenzy .
(1) feeding frenzy :: 給餌狂乱
1. hysteria ::
2. fit ::
3. fury ::
Different Formsfrenzies, frenzy
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