American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Talking or behaving irrationally; wild: a raving maniac.
- adj. Exciting admiration: a raving beauty.
- n. Delirious, irrational speech.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Furious exclamation; irrational incoherent talk.
- Furious with delirium; mad; distracted.
- Fit to excite admiration or enthusiasm; hence, amazing, intense, superlative, or the like.
- v. present participle of rave.
- n. usually plural Wild, incoherent, or irrational talk.
- adj. Talking wildly.
- adj. Causing excitement or wild praise.
- adv. Incoherently.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Talking irrationally and wildly.
- n. declaiming wildly
- adv. in a raving manner
“He limped out at the window, and was presently found by his great-aunt, reading what he called a raving novel, to see how he ought to have done it.”
“Everyone knows full well that the whole purpose of their ranting and raving is to get the rumors out there, but then prevent him from debunking him by shouting and acting like angry monkeys.”
“(And while I can't speak for the network or the producers, all of this ranting and raving is purely anecdotal and isn't likely to shape the future direction of the show or its character development.)”
“He hears a fair amount of ranting and raving from the public, he said.”
“Reading your poorly constructed crap and random scattershot raving is tough work indeed.”
“Reading your poorly constructed crap and random scattershot raving is tough work indeed. and reading your ostensibly and grammatically correct bullshit is of any value?”
“Most of the ranting and raving is about things that are not true or even close to true.”
“What does one call a raving egomaniac and known meglomaniac who counts on homicide for politiccal reasons to ensure their political future ... who does not live in Pakistan ... who does not expect the Secret Service to investigate their pasty white, double-wide ass?”
“I am purposely keeping this information from this “blog” as I now understand how pathetic all this ranting and raving is … … ..”
“People ranting and raving is more entertaining to read than orderly questions about which hotels accept pets.”
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