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Synonyms for craze

Synonyms for craze

to make insane

a subject or activity that inspires lively interest

Synonyms for craze

an interest followed with exaggerated zeal

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a fine crack in a glaze or other surface

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cause to go crazy

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develop a fine network of cracks

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Megan Dollery posted on Facebook: "God forbid one of them makes a mistake (not that the game isn't already a mistake) and actually ends up losing their life due to a stupid craze.
A Craze is an event which connects the user's social media world through time and space.
Different from ABS-S, a lot of crazes and rubber particle cavitation can be found in ABS-L shown in Fig.
Irritating craze number 5 is Tamagotchi virtual pets.
Fearne introduces old pop videos and showcases the hits that inspired the crazes, with performances from soul diva Jocelyn Brown, Wigfield, Britain's Got Talent runners-up Signature, Jimmy Osmond, Claire Richards from Steps, and the cast from Grease.
Dozens of leftovers have been offered for sale since Christmas, making it one of the newest crazes of 2006.
I think that scoubis, like all the best crazes, have been around in some form for years.
A LETHAL drugs craze which has killed five children in the US could be copied by youngsters in the UK, parents were last night warned.
The gin craze that swept through the city resulted in such demagoguery, prohibition, rioting, and morning-after headaches that author Patrick Dillon aptly dubs it "the crack epidemic of the 18th century.
And, unlike most crazes which tend to die out after a short burst of energy, Pokemon seems destined to stay on our shores for a while yet.
Clever Crazes for Kids is a project of the Building Healthy Lives Foundation, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization.
YOUNGSTERS are often swept along by crazes and over the years we've had many dance and dress fads.
More recent kids' hit High School Musical was in the top 20 playground crazes of all time, despite only hitting the scene in 2006.
While this is acceptable for small craze zones, difficulties occur for tougher materials which form large crazes.
Yo-yo crazes swept the United States in the '40s and again in the early '60s.