a fever pitch … if you say that a feeling or situation has reached a fever pitch, you mean that people’s emotions have become so strong that they are having a hard time controlling themselves
The fans’ excitement was close to being out of control during the football match.
Here is the same sentence using the idiom… a fever pitch
The fans’ excitement reached a fever pitch during the football match.
Here are a few more sentences using the idiom … a fever pitch
To meet sales goals, the entire department worked themselves up into a fever pitch of enthusiasm
Tension in the room reached a fever pitch.
When Beyoncé appeared on stage, the entire stadium reached a fever pitch.
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