frenzied

[ fren-zeed ]
/ ˈfrɛn zid /

adjective

wildly excited or enthusiastic: frenzied applause.
violently agitated; frantic; wild: a frenzied mob.

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Origin of frenzied

First recorded in 1790–1800; frenzy + -ed3

OTHER WORDS FROM frenzied

fren·zied·ly, adverbun·fren·zied, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for frenzied

frenzied
/ (ˈfrɛnzɪd) /

adjective

filled with or as if with frenzy; wild; frantic

Derived forms of frenzied

frenziedly, adverb
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