Frenzy: n. uncontrolled excitement and/or impulsive and very active and disorderad behavior

An example of a frenzy is a crowd celebrating an important win with yelling, jumping up and down, slapping one another, random body gestures, pushing and shoving, trampling others in a rush to get closer to the winning players, and other miscellaneous disorderly overly excited behaviors.

Sharks or other predator fish in a feeding frenzy is very active seemingly disorganized feeding or gorging on fish.

Disoderad is the adjective form of the verb to disorder and disorderly should really be an adverb and not an adjective.

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