- adj.慌乱的，狂热的; 狂乱的; 狂暴的; 激怒的;
- v.使狂乱( frenzy的过去式和过去分词); 极度的激动;
- 副词: frenziedly;
The man was stabbed to death in a frenzied attack.
Tsvetayeva was possessed by a frenzied urge to get out of Moscow.
The dancing is uninhibited and as frenzied as an aerobics class.
Will this push him too far and lead to a frenzied attack?
Two teenagers carried out a frenzied attack on a local shopkeeper.
The thought makes me frenzied.
The dog jumped at the intruder with frenzied barks.
The house was full of frenzied activity on the morning of the wedding.
What should frenzied people do?
狂热的人们该做些 什么 ?
The infant boy dropped a weed from his tiny hands and burst into frenzied weeping.
This implies, of course, that most other times should be spent nervous , agitated , rushed, and frenzied.
当然这自然暗示着大部分其他时间应该是在紧张 、 虑、忙、狂中度过.
The prosecutor's frenzied denunciation of the accused.
Countless lions, tigers, elephants and giraffes traveled fantastic distances to die for frenzied audiences.
无数狮 、 虎 、 象、鹿千里跋涉,只为在狂暴观众眼前赴死.
There is similarly frenzied activity all across the country.
Every evening the sound of frenzied drumming filled the air.
Seeing the profits slip from Hugh's fingers, Scarlett became frenzied at her impotence and his stupidity.
Hong Kong property prices rising Yang 1,000 frenzied stew slowly value for beta . Moldy plate showing.
In frenzied excitement he eats up the ground; he cannot stand still when the trumpet sounds.
Three frenzied contests have thrown up three winners.
The frenzied bandit burned him alive.
Missed opportunities, frenzied work hours, stress , overwhelm , resentment , and guilt are just a few consequences.
错功机会, 添班减点, 压力,折磨,埋怨, 忸怩便是终极连续串的结果.
Her rocking shall no longer be that gentle balm to your frenzied senses and tiring bodies.
Famine and failure faced the frenzied farmer.
Instantly from the dark holes all round, there was a frenzied rush of Jews.
The frenzied elephant was in musth.
When the Mets jacket came up, the bidding became frenzied.
Criminals frenzied desire to be huge amounts of money for equipment from living body.
1. affected with or marked by frenzy or mania uncontrolled by reason;
"a frenzied attack"
"a frenzied mob"
"the prosecutor's frenzied denunciation of the accused"- H.W.Carter
"outbursts of drunken violence and manic activity and creativity"
2. excessively agitated; transported with rage or other violent emotion;
"frantic with anger and frustration"
"frenetic screams followed the accident"
"a frenzied look in his eye"