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Emotional IntensityPlay
Indicates strong, overwhelming emotions, often implying a loss of control. SlideFans were in a frenzy, crying and cheering as the band took the stage.
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Potential NegativityPlay
While exciting, a frenzy can suggest chaos and be seen as negative or dangerous. SlideThe protest turned into a frenzy with people shouting and pushing.
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Hyperbole UsePlay
Often used to exaggerate situations for dramatic effect, not always literal. SlideThe media created a frenzy around the celebrity's arrival.