Craze [noun]

Definition of Craze:

fad, strong interest

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Sentence/Example of Craze:

As a result, some have found comfort — and a false sense of security — in the sanitation craze championed by businesses eager to welcome back customers.

People are obsessing over the markets in a way the world hasn’t seen since the dot-com craze two decades ago.

The industry-wide shift, coupled with unprecedented market volatility and economic uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic, has bolstered a new stock market craze.

In the next phase of the home organizing craze, they go beyond the pantry and bookshelf to show you how to contain the chaos in all aspects of your life, from office space and holiday storage to luggage and pet supplies.

Then last year, perhaps thinking late 2019 was just the time to introduce some creeping dread into our lives, Floridian filmmaker Michael Beach Nichols made Wrinkles The Clown, a documentary about the craze.

"M. le marquis has never been a victim to the Chinese craze, madame," was the reply.

I have alluded to the craze for joking among young ladies in society.

There result strife, unhappiness, envy, and a craze for riches.

This is about the fifth craze since I've been at the school.

Then it came upon Captain Jean that he was either talking to a lunatic or some wealthy woman with a craze.