Thesaurus / raging

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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.
TRANSGENDER WOMAN MURDERED IN MIAMIYARIEL VALDÉS GONZÁLEZNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON BLADE
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.
While the colors Thys splashes across the fabric mostly mirror the existing ones, the additions represent rage, chaos and menace.
Microsoft Clarity also uses machine learning to identify “rage clicks,” “dead clicks,” and “excessive clicking” across the dashboard, session recordings and heatmaps.
Fortunately, history offers hope in the midst of rage and hopelessness.
It’s a change from a few months ago, when coronavirus-response ads from advertisers were all the rage, as everyone sought to tell the audience that we were in this together.
Unlike them they held no dazzling sapphire brilliancies; they were ochreous, suffused with raging vermilion.

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