from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Very active and unpredicatable; volatile: a raging debate; a raging fire.
- adj. Remarkable; extraordinary: a raging hit on prime-time TV.
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- v. Present participle of rage.
- adj. Volatile, very active or unpredictable.
- adj. Extremely aroused, rock hard, long lasting, insatiable
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- a. & n. from rage, v. i.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. very severe
- adj. characterized by violent and forceful activity or movement; very intense
- adj. (of the elements) as if showing violent anger
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They "show what we call the raging-hormone phenomenon," says Morris Holbrook, a professor of marketing at Columbia Business School.
From the canyons of Manhattan to Beverly Hills, Calif., debate is again raging over the rich.
Our invading empire is the sin raging rampantly within us.
And then also, we'll get an up close and personal visit with the man they call the raging Cajun, General Russell Honore, the man in charge of whipping New Orleans back into shape.
Page 7 dence of the nation to so great extent, that they could find no other man to whom they were so willing to entrust the management of their affairs, whilst the great conflict was yet raging, is a high testimony to his patriotism.
What he calls a raging dinosaur, I may call a zealous crusader.
Spirit speaks there of the reign of the Antichrist, whom he describes as raging so furiously as to crush what he can, and, at all events, to bend what he cannot crush, so that afterward he may suppress with all his strength what has been bent.
Charity "raging" -- it reminds us of Mr. Mantalini's savage lamb -- but I can use no other word but "rage" to express these frantic gushes of affection for the poor.
And it was still higher than today’s figures for an Iraq in raging chaos, according to the Pentagon.
The case itself is a challenge to Washington D. C.'s draconian gun control law, which can best be described as a raging failure.
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