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adjective as in raging

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Malcolm & Marie’s screenplay makes the odd move of having Washington launch into a rant, straight out of the gate, about film critics.

From Vox

There was the cupcake chain where I was subjected to the founder’s meltdowns, whiplash-inducing rants she’d dispense and then seemingly forget even as I was still smarting from her words.

From Eater

It was, almost literally, a distillation of the past four weeks of rants, allegations and accusations, including countless examples of claims which have already been soundly debunked.

Musk has had to pay a heavy price—in some cases literally—for his social media rants.

From Fortune

Gloria calmly watched the rant, until the man got tired and walked away.

Perhaps we can ignore the ranting of the Kim regime, but Chinese nuclear threats are particularly worrisome.

Had Richard III been able to install a tape recorder in his palaces the ranting might well have been identical.

Hitler is ranting away, we see Nazi flags, and nuns imprisoned in Nazi jails.

When Bratton descended to the trains, a man was pacing the platform edge, ranting in Spanish.

Homeland fans made ranting about the awfulness of petulant teen Dana Brody into a weekly celebratory ritual.

Yes, the Swami was ranting and raving about leaving Los Angeles at once.

He listens to Sam ranting and rolling out big words and raving, and only frowns.

Why need I mention the levities and impertinences in comedies, or the ranting distractions of tragedy?

Though, of course, Osiander as a gentleman and a scholar is naturally opposed to ranting preachers and religion vulgarised.'

He laughed a dry laugh at his ranting words, and then sobered instantly.


On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to ranting, such as: raving, angry, insane, and mad.

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