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craze

(krāz)
v. crazed, crazing, crazes
v.tr.
To cause to become mentally deranged or obsessed.
v.intr.
To become mentally deranged or obsessed.
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Tide Pods The current US craze sees youngsters swallowing colourful detergent pods, which contain highly poisonous chemicals that cause vomiting, diarrhoea and, at worst, death if ingested.
Damion Founde, WHSMITH store manager, with the latest toy craze, Fidget Spinners peter reimann
Children are being warned about the clown craze by police PICTURE POSED BY A MODEL
It's been a craze in America and generally what happens there we follow.
Police have warned that they will arrest any "killer clown" pranksters following reports that the craze was spreading.
Harry French, former head of Greenwood Academy, Karnel's school, said he spoke to children about the dangers of the craze in March after a Year 7 pupil tried it.
Aqua Craze is powered with a 1GHz Quad-Core processor, 1GB RAM chipset for a smooth performance and boasts of seamless Android OS Lollipop 5.
He lost his mother-in-law to breast cancer, and said the craze is a great way of remembering lost loved ones with respect and with a smile.
When a friend decided to nominate Tom it inspired him to invent a craze of his own - the 'Nicenomination'.
LGA's Katie Hall said that it was an utterly reckless and totally irresponsible craze, which had tragically claimed lives, adding that more should be done to highlight the dangers and persuade people not to participate.
SIR - I write as a doctor and as a user of social media to express my horror at the quickly growing craze of Neknomination.
Elaine Bissett took to Facebook to back son Sean who took part in the deadly neknomination craze that is sweeping the country.