Slang. a ruthless attack on or exploitation of someone especially by the media.
a phenomenon in which aquatic predators, esp sharks, become so excited when eating that they attack each other
a period of intense excitement over or interest in a person or thing: the media erupt into a feeding frenzy

verb phrase

To eat (1930s+)


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