Definitions

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  • adverb In a rageful manner.

Etymologies

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rageful +‎ -ly

Examples

  • Monroe had in fact preached that God was not at all such a one as ourselves, not one to be temperamentally inclined to tread ragefully upon us until our blood flew up and stained all His white raiment, but rather that He looked on both the best and worst of mankind with weary, bemused pity.

    Cold Mountain

  • Monroe had in fact preached that God was not at all such a one as ourselves, not one to be temperamentally inclined to tread ragefully upon us until our blood flew up and stained all His white raiment, but rather that He looked on both the best and worst of mankind with weary, bemused pity.

    Cold Mountain

  • At Skulltree was the crux of the situation, as Flagg had insisted, ragefully.

    Joan of Arc of the North Woods

  • 'If you were to do that, La Teuse,' retorted the Brother ragefully, 'I would strangle you, that I would.'

    La faute de l'Abbe Mouret

  • But on reaching the Pont Louis Philippe he pulled up, ragefully breathless; he considered this fear of the rain to be idiotic; and so amid the pitch-like darkness, under the lashing shower which drowned the gas-jets, he crossed the bridge slowly, with his hands dangling by his side.

    His Masterpiece

  • And as she ragefully drew up her little figure, her deformity, her left shoulder higher than the right one, became more apparent than ever.

    The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete Lourdes, Rome and Paris

  • And as she ragefully drew up her little figure, her deformity, her left shoulder higher than the right one, became more apparent than ever.

    The Three Cities Trilogy: Paris, Complete

  • And as she ragefully drew up her little figure, her deformity, her left shoulder higher than the right one, became more apparent than ever.

    The Three Cities Trilogy: Paris, Volume 1

  • And the rain travelled on; the cloud kept pace with the water ragefully falling upon Paris; the big drops enfiladed the avenues of the quays, with a gallop like that of a runaway horse, raising a white dust which rolled along the ground at a prodigious speed.

    A Love Episode

  • Hitherto, Commander Sicardot had been ragefully biting his moustache, and muttering insulting words.

    The Fortune of the Rougons

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