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Noun
A feeling of great or intense anger
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“I turned away and went back to the fence, feeling a rage and a hatred against the world that I had not known possible.”
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An intense fit or episode of expressed anger
“He now grasped the fact that they wanted to make him fly into a rage for their especial amusement, and resolved for that very reason not to fly into a rage at all.”
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A state of frenzied or excited emotion or activity
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“The women then set upon Orpheus in a crazed rage.”
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A fashion or fad, current or for a given period
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“I went to an all-girls school, and when everyone was sitting around talking about Leonardo DiCaprio or whoever was the rage back then.”
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A prevalent passion or desire for something
“Such visions of a quaint urban idyll feed into the current rage for all things local.”
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A mental disorder or the state of being mentally ill
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“A patient suffering from rage may appear perfectly reasonable in the interval between one fit and the next.”
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A state of frenzied or excited emotion or activity
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A lively party involving dancing and drinking
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The state or condition of being rageful
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High-sounding language with little meaning, used to impress people
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Verb
To feel or express violent uncontrollable anger
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“Decades later, he would rage at friends who were so disloyal as to speak to her civilly.”
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To complain or protest vehemently against
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“All this filled some of the people with earnest thoughts, but others remained hardened and continue to rage against the truth.”
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To act or move with great force or intensity
“The storms of the Northern Hemisphere winter continue to rage outside.”
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To complain, especially emotionally and at length
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To speak in a plain and candid way, typically in protest
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To move quickly
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Annoy
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To burn fiercely or brightly
Adjective
Deeply angered but not outwardly displaying it
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Adjective
Regarded as fashionable or chic
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