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Arrudasouza on Wednesday during his first court appearance confessed he was under the influence of methamphetamines when he used a fork and a knife to stab Carey in a fit of rage.

A tiny electric car that costs just $4,200 has been all the rage in China this year.

As it has for so many, 2020 swallowed Lively in an “overwhelming tidal wave of loss and rage and grief and confusion.”

The play pivots from rallying cry to tears of rage as Hamer recalls the crippling beating she suffered after being unjustly tossed in a Mississippi jail cell in 1963.

The deaths, whether caught on camera or not, sparked a collective rage against the police and systemic racism that is still burning.

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With Ebola still raging in West Africa, the race to find a vaccine is heating up.

Our relationship did not improve as I entered college and developed a raging eating disorder.

Suddenly, you are crying, breathless, raging, and on quieter days just going through the motions.

Thousands of years ago, Saudi Arabia fortuitously sat in the middle of the raging incense trade.

The exercise, called Anatolian Eagle, was conducted well out of sight of the wars raging in Syria and Iraq.

Louis had covered his raging temples with his hand, and he hastened forward with distracted swiftness.

Would she let Alessandro become a raging madman, and finally kill both himself and her?

And Punch would get out of bed with raging hate in his heart against all the world, seen and unseen.

For down he falls into the raging waters below and is a lucky man if he is not dashed to pieces on the sharp rocks.

Again the unknown power smote the lad to the earth, which had become a raging sea.


On this page you'll find 86 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to raging, such as: enraged, furious, seething, stormy, turbulent, and bent.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.