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Correct spelling:
frenzy
Definition:
Distraction; wild excitement.

Synonyms:

noun
agitation
turbulence.
attack
aggression, barrage, battle, bloodshed, bombardment, charge, combat, foray, furor, invasion, offense, onslaught, outbreak, raid, riot, siege, sortie, spasm, storm, strike, thrust, tirade, war, warfare.
desire
doting, lustfulness, prurience, pruriency, salacity, Propensities, libidinousness, salacities.
disorder
anarchism, anarchy, chaos, clutter, confusion, deformity, derangement, disarrangement, disarray, discomposure, disconnectedness, dishevel, disintegration, disorder, disorderliness, disorganization, entropy, fuzziness, incoherence, inconsistency, indefiniteness, indistinctness, inexactness, insanity, irregularity, lawlessness, laxity, looseness, mess, messiness, obscurity, perturbation, shapelessness, tumult, unevenness, amorphousness, formlessness, inchoateness, muddlement.
enthusiasm
fieriness, oomph, Ardency, zealousness.
excitement
excitation, hoopla, melodrama, stimulus, wildness, motivations, melodramas, TODO, to do.
fanaticism
arbitrariness, dogma, extremism, illiberality, immoderation, injustice, monomania, obsessiveness, partiality, single-mindedness, willfulness, zealotry, Incorrigibility, illiberalities, singlemindedness, in justice.
frenzy
craze, delirium, fury, hysteria.
insanity
craziness, delirium, dementia, feverishness, hallucination, hysteria, lunacy, madness, mania, neurosis, psychosis, battiness, brain-sickness, kookiness, nuttiness.
orgasm
ejaculation.
outburst
gust, outpouring.
paroxysm
frothing, frothings, fumings.
psychopathy
psychopathy.
rage
wingdings, wingding.
rashness
desperation.
uncontrolled state or situation
aberration, agitation, blow, bout, burst, conniption, convulsion, craze, delirium, derangement, distemper, distraction, excitement, ferment, fever, fit, flap, free-for-all, furor, fury, fuss, hysteria, insanity, lather, lunacy, madness, mania, outburst, paroxysm, passion, rage, row, ruckus, ruction, rumble, rumpus, seizure, spasm, stew, stir, to-do, transport, turmoil, flip one's lid, blow one's stack, blow a fuse, wingding, blow one's cork, blow one's top, hell broke loose, dithers.
violence
abuse, assault, atrocity, attack, barbarity, brawl, broil, brutality, commotion, destructiveness, ferocity, fierceness, fight, fracas, fury, inhumanity, insurrection, intensity, outrage, rage, savagery, terrorism, thuggery, torture, turmoil, uproar, vandalism, vehemence, violence, wildness, brutishness.
verb
rage
study at hysteria.
Examples of usage:
  1. At last I rose in a frenzy quite indifferent as to life or death. – The Pacha of Many Tales by Captain Frederick Marryat
  2. And once more I seem to feel On my soul, like frenzy, hurled All the passionate past. – Kentucky Poems by Madison J. Cawein Commentator: Edmund Gosse
  3. A great hall was engaged, and when he mounted the platform to read, the young people in the audience went into a frenzy. – Essays on Russian Novelists by William Lyon Phelps
  4. When, the point seeming established that no further step could be taken at present, Lady Gwendolen rose to depart, a sudden frenzy seized Achilles. – When Ghost Meets Ghost by William Frend De Morgan
  5. When I came up behind you I thought that I had never seen a man work in such a frenzy of haste. – Montlivet by Alice Prescott Smith

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