Definition of "feeding frenzy" [feeding frenzy]

  • A period of intense or excited feeding, as by sharks. (noun)
  • Excited activity by a group, especially around a focal point: "The media swirled and boiled around the newlyweds in a kind of all-out feeding frenzy” ( James Kaplan). (noun)

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Use "feeding frenzy" in a sentence
  • "T, he diseases that fell under the domain of the marauding crab were ultimate acts of histologic treason, the body assaulting, battering, raping, murdering itself in a feeding frenzy of rogue cells gone berserk."
  • "The recent feeding frenzy in the overseas marketplace has certainly added fuel to the cost-escalation fires."