verb (used without object), raged, rag·ing.
Origin of rage
SYNONYMS FOR rage
Related formsrage·ful, adjectiverag·ing·ly, adverb
British Dictionary definitions for all the rage
Word Origin for rage
Idioms and Phrases with all the rage (1 of 2)
all the rage
Also, all the thing. The current or latest fashion, with the implication that it will be short-lived, as in In the 1940s the lindy-hop was all the rage. The use of rage reflects the transfer of an angry passion to an enthusiastic one; thing is vaguer. [Late 1700s] These terms are heard less often today than the synonym the thing.
Idioms and Phrases with all the rage (2 of 2)
see all the rage.