[ reidʒ ] Pronunciation: "rage" in a sentence
Noun: rage reyj
- A feeling of intense anger
"his face turned red with rage"
- fury, madness
- A state of extreme anger
"she fell into a rage and refused to answer"
- Something that is desired intensely
"his rage for fame destroyed him"
- Violent state of the elements
"the sea hurled itself in thundering rage against the rocks"
- An interest followed with exaggerated zeal
"it was all the rage that season"
- fad, craze, furor [N. Amer], furore, cult
- Behave violently, as if in state of a great anger
- ramp, storm
- Be violent; as of fires and storms
- Feel intense anger
"Rage against the dying of the light!"
Derived forms: raging, raged, rages
Type of: act, anger, angriness, be, behave, choler, desire, do, fashion, ire, violence
Encyclopedia: Rage Rage, 28 days later
in. to party; to celebrate. (Collegiate.)
• Man, are we going to rage tonight!
• Fred and Mary were raging over at the frat house last weekend.
noun [U] (used with other nouns)
DESK RAGE, WORK RAGE
anger and violent behaviour caused by a particular situation:
a case of trolley rage in the supermarket
❖ air/computer/phone/road rage
be all the rage ( to be extremely fashionable and popular: Tiny phones are all the rage among teenagers.
to be extremely fashionable and popular:
Tiny phones are all the rage among teenagers.
Fury; violent,intense anger. n : violent and uncontrolled anger
- the raging trend of reforms is irresistible.
- she stands alone, in a steaming rage.
- he was in a rage at not seeing foker.
- occasionally, joe gets into a good-sized rage.
- fly into a rage at the slightest provocation.