rage

[ reyj ]
/ reɪdʒ /
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noun

verb (used without object), raged, rag·ing.

Idioms

    all the rage, widely popular or in style.

Origin of rage

1250–1300; (noun) Middle English < Old French < Late Latin rabia, Latin rabiēs madness, rage, derivative of rabere to rage; (v.) ragen < Old French ragier, derivative of rage (noun)

Related forms

rage·ful, adjectiverag·ing·ly, adverb

Synonym study

1. See anger.
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British Dictionary definitions for rage

rage

/ (reɪdʒ) /

noun


verb (intr)

Word Origin for rage

C13: via Old French from Latin rabiēs madness
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Idioms and Phrases with rage

rage

see all the rage.


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