Definition of frenzy :
1. Any violent agitation of the mind approaching to distraction; violent and temporary derangement of the mental faculties; madness; rage.
2. Mad; frantic.
3. To affect with frenzy; to drive to madness
excitement, transport, devotion, fanaticism, fad, passion, enthusiasm, eagerness, inspiration, ardor, furore, fervency, furiousness, cult, craze, warmth, hysterical neurosis, zeal, fervor, ecstasy, earnestness, rapture, extravagance
disorder (part of speech: noun)
disintegration, chaos, discomposure, disorder, disconnectedness, muddlement, looseness, anarchy, shapelessness, messiness, dishevel, tumult, obscurity, lawlessness, fuzziness, clutter, indistinctness, perturbation, unevenness, amorphousness, deformity, inchoateness, disorderliness, irregularity, inexactness, disorganization, formlessness, confusion, inconsistency, disarrangement, derangement, incoherence, mess, laxity, indefiniteness, anarchism, entropy, insanity, disarray
attack (part of speech: noun)
furor, spasm, riot, offense, aggression, siege, outbreak, invasion, charge, bombardment, tirade, strike, sortie, warfare, battle, combat, onslaught, foray, storm, war, thrust, bloodshed, barrage, raid
insanity (part of speech: noun)
rage (part of speech: verb)
study at hysteria
violence (part of speech: noun)
destructiveness, insurrection, broil, vandalism, brutishness, fracas, atrocity, outrage, brawl, wildness, abuse, fight, attack, barbarity, vehemence, thuggery, ferocity, violence, inhumanity, savagery, fierceness, terrorism, fury, assault, commotion, brutality, torture, turmoil, rage, intensity, uproar
- Society must be sobered after the frenzy of this present- day rush for external goods. - "Psychology and Social Sanity", Hugo Münsterberg.
- " No doubt," said Madame Phellion; " but since that night Felix has not made the slightest allusion to his misfortune, and the next day he went back to his work with a sort of frenzy. - "The Lesser Bourgeoisie", Honore de Balzac.
- In his insane frenzy he was evidently reaching desperately for Kennedy himself. - "The Dream Doctor", Arthur B. Reeve.