What is another word for Frenzies?

Pronunciation: [fɹˈɛnzɪz] (IPA)

Frenzies refer to a state of intense excitement and activity, often associated with frenzy or frenzy-like behavior. Synonyms for this word could include agitation, mania, fever, unrest, chaos, frenzy, turmoil, hysteria, or madness. Other synonyms might include excitement, enthusiasm, energy, or zeal. In more specific contexts, the word frenzy can also be used to describe specific types of frenzied activities, such as shopping sprees, sports matches, or political rallies. Regardless of the context, synonyms can help to convey an appropriate level of excitement and urgency that is appropriate for the given situation.

What are the hypernyms for Frenzies?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Frenzies

James, the striking carpenter, had indulged in virulent and semi-insane abuse of the rich; after which the new prophet had stirred the mob to worse Frenzies.
"They Call Me Carpenter"
Upton Sinclair
"After so many Frenzies, and efforts to make myself a free man," he writes, in his autobiography, "I found myself suddenly transformed into a man paying calls, and making bows and fine speeches in Rome, exactly like a candidate on promotion in prelatedom."
"The Countess of Albany"
Violet Paget (AKA Vernon Lee)
The California gold rush, the great Alaskan stampede, the diamond Frenzies of South Africa and of Australia, all were epic in their way, but none bred a wilder insanity than did the discovery of oil in the Red River district.
"Flowing Gold"
Rex Beach

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