Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of rave.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of rave.

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Examples

  • Best case: Lee continues to do what has workedso well in thrusting him from dark horse to Crystal's top rival: pick smart songs (not too worn-out, suitable for his limited range), sing more confidently, act humble and get those seemingly guaranteed unanimous raves from the judges.

    Idol Meter final four: Which singer can out-sparkle Crystal?

  • Rourke's performance has earned raves from the critics, who are hailing it as his big comeback.

    Film about pro wrestling is an Oscar Contender

  • Rourke's performance has earned raves from the critics, who are hailing it as his big comeback.

    Archive 2008-12-28

  • Of course, high heels are certain to bring raves from the man in your life.

    Stepping Up

  • Yep, the early reviews are in, and Way New ™ brand sovereignty by Bushco® is drawing raves from the people of New Iraq®!

    Oh so pure...

  • Yep, the early reviews are in, and Way New ™ brand sovereignty by Bushco® is drawing raves from the people of New Iraq®!

    It's a hit!

  • Yep, the early reviews are in, and Way New ™ brand sovereignty by Bushco® is drawing raves from the people of New Iraq®!

    So it's come to this...

  • Yep, the early reviews are in, and Way New ™ brand sovereignty by Bushco® is drawing raves from the people of New Iraq®!

    Archive 2004-06-01

  • Yep, the early reviews are in, and Way New ™ brand sovereignty by Bushco® is drawing raves from the people of New Iraq®!

    Damn them.

  • Wallace, who completed 22-of-33 passes for 313 yards and two touchdowns, earned raves from the Seminoles.

    NCAA Division I College Football - Florida State vs. Iowa State

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