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Hi, What is the meaning of frenzied end in the following text?

At last year's auction, Flint had valiantly hung on to the frenzied end and walked away with a $6 million artistic waste.......

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anonymousthe frenzied end

The end of the auction where many people were bidding furiously against each other.

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The usual expression is "bitter end". The writer has substituted "frenzied", rather irrelevantly as it relates to bitterness, I suppose to mean that in the last moments of the auction, the bidding was rapid and surprising, a frenzy.

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