Thesaurus / rave

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Scientists rave about how cheap and easy it is to use CRISPR.
Scientists rave about how cheap, versatile and easy to use CRISPR is.
Traditionally we design and test our garments over months or even years, as was the case with our raved-about jumpsuits.
It causes a unique, altered state of mind when taken at certain doses, and sort of a hallucinogenic state almost, and it got famous for folks taking it at raves and things like that.
Then they wrote big checks and raved coyly about how they now understood the future of computing.
According to Fu, the reviewers raved, “This is so exciting” and “this is a major breakthrough.”
Let him rave, if that's the way he wants to repay faithfulness.
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In this case there may or may not be a feeling of affection for the girl by her 'rave,' though minus all the emotional feelings.
The leader before had been so cross and savage, I thought he would just rave now.
She continued to rave wildly until the potent drug took effect on her overwrought system and produced a deep, unnatural slumber.

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