- angry fury; violent anger.
- a fit of violent anger.
- fury or violence of wind, waves, fire, disease, etc.
- violence of feeling, desire, or appetite: the rage of thirst.
- a violent desire or passion.
Rage can also be a verb or an adjective, but I won't bore you with more details.
|Raging Hormones, Perry 1 - Rihanna 0|
It was subtle. Very subtle, but it was there. See it in their eyes? That's definitely rage. Just because it's well hidden doesn't mean it didn't exist, just for that split second. Oh my goodness, why must two very pretty girls feel such hatred for one another?
|Road Rage Gone Wrong|
Used here as a noun, this is what happens when rage gets out of hand. You should think twice before driving like a maniac all over the road, because the guy that's pissing you off might not appreciate your rage.
|Dumb ass Peppers Herself|
An adjective, yes. Adjectives answer the question "What kind?" So, what kind of dumb ass is she? A raging dumb ass. Get it?
|A Raging Fit Over Chicken Nuggets|
This is how I felt the other day when I got to work with my lunch, only to discover that the lady at the drive-through forgot to include the condiments I'd asked for. And next time, DON'T FORGET MY FRIES!
And now to slow things down a bit, I give you the antonym of rage.
adjective, calm·er, calm·est.
- without rough motion; still or nearly still: a calm sea.
- not windy or stormy: a calm day.
- free from excitement or passion; tranquil: a calm face; a calm manner.
|Y'all be kind to one another. Life's too short!|
Do you have a favorite word? Or if there is one word that describes how you're feeling today, what is it? Happy Friday!
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