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rag·ing

 (rā′jĭng)
adj.
1. Very active and unpredictable; volatile: a raging debate; a raging fire.
2. Remarkable; extraordinary: a raging hit on prime-time TV.

raging

(ˈreɪdʒɪŋ)
adj
1. feeling or exhibiting intense anger
2. (esp of storms, fires, etc) moving or surging with great violence
3. extreme or intense: a raging thirst.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.raging - characterized by violent and forceful activity or movement; very intense; "the fighting became hot and heavy"; "a hot engagement"; "a raging battle"; "the river became a raging torrent"
violent - acting with or marked by or resulting from great force or energy or emotional intensity; "a violent attack"; "a violent person"; "violent feelings"; "a violent rage"; "felt a violent dislike"
2.raging - very severe; "a raging thirst"; "a raging toothache"
intense - possessing or displaying a distinctive feature to a heightened degree; "intense heat"; "intense anxiety"; "intense desire"; "intense emotion"; "the skunk's intense acrid odor"; "intense pain"; "enemy fire was intense"
3.raging - (of the elements) as if showing violent angerraging - (of the elements) as if showing violent anger; "angry clouds on the horizon"; "furious winds"; "the raging sea"
stormy - (especially of weather) affected or characterized by storms or commotion; "a stormy day"; "wide and stormy seas"

raging

adjective
1. furious, mad, raving, fuming, frenzied, infuriated, incensed, enraged, seething, fizzing (Scot.), incandescent, foaming at the mouth, fit to be tied (slang), boiling mad (informal), beside yourself, doing your nut (Brit. slang) Inside, she was raging.
3. severe, acute, extreme, excessive, searing, very great He felt a raging thirst.

raging

adjective
Violently disturbed or agitated, as by storms:
Translations
عَنيف، عاصِف، شَديد
prudkýzuřící
hærgende
ofsafenginn
zúriaci

raging

[ˈreɪdʒɪŋ]
A. ADJ
1. (= fierce) [temper] → furioso, rabioso; [debate] → acalorado; [nationalist, feminist] → acérrimo, a ultranza; [nationalism] → enfervorizado
he was in a raging temperestaba muy furioso
to be raging madestar loco de furia or ira
2. (= violent) [storm, thunder, blizzard] → violento, rugiente; [wind, torrent] → enfurecido, rugiente; [sea] → embravecido, enfurecido, rugiente; [fire] → violento
3. (= intense) [temperature, fever, inflation] → altísimo; [illness, headache, toothache] → atroz; [thirst] → horroroso
to be a raging successtener un éxito tremendo
B. N [of person] → furia f
for a few moments he continued his ragingcontinuó dando rienda suelta a su furia durante un rato
I couldn't hear her over the raging of the seano podía oírla por el rugir del mar

raging

[ˈreɪdʒɪŋ] adj
(= furious) [person] → furieux/euse
in a raging temper → dans une rage folle
[sea, storm] → en furie
[fever, pain] → violent(e)
raging toothache → rage f de dents
to have a raging thirst → mourir de soif

raging

adj personwütend; feverheftig, sehr hoch; temperaturesehr hoch; thirstbrennend; pain, toothacherasend; storm, sea, windtobend; inflationgaloppierend; debatehitzig, wütend, heftig; nationalist, feministradikal, extrem, heftig; nationalism, feminismradikal, extrem; he was raginger tobte; to be in a raging tempereine fürchterliche Laune haben; to be raging mad (inf)eine Stinkwut haben (inf); a raging successein überwältigender Erfolg
n (of person, storm)Toben nt, → Rasen nt; (of sea)Toben nt

raging

[ˈreɪdʒɪŋ] adj (all senses) → furioso/a
in a raging temper → su tutte le furie
I've got a raging thirst/toothache → muoio di sete/dal mal di denti

rage

(reidʒ) noun
1. (a fit of) violent anger. He flew into a rage; He shouted with rage.
2. violence; great force. the rage of the sea.
verb
1. to act or shout in great anger. He raged at his secretary.
2. (of wind, storms etc) to be violent; to blow with great force. The storm raged all night.
3. (of battles, arguments etc) to be carried on with great violence. The battle raged for two whole days.
4. (of diseases etc) to spread quickly and affect many people. Fever was raging through the town.
ˈraging adjective
violent; extreme. raging toothache; a raging storm.
(all) the rage
very much in fashion.
References in classic literature ?
Jo had burned the skin off her nose boating, and got a raging headache by reading too long.
In reality she was the most eagerly passionate soul among them, and more than once, in the five years since she had come back from her travels to settle in Winesburg and become a school teacher, had been compelled to go out of the house and walk half through the night fighting out some battle raging within.
We'll get lost in buried cities, ride down raging torrents on a raft, fall over a cliff maybe and be rescued.
Twas downright madness to show six feet of flesh and blood, on a naked rock, to the raging savages.
Thus we behold Kentucke, lately an howling wilderness, the habitation of savages and wild beasts, become a fruitful field; this region, so favourably distinguished by nature, now become the habitation of civilization, at a period unparalleled in history, in the midst of a raging war, and under all the disadvantages of emigration to a country so remote from the inhabited parts of the continent.
But now when the boatswain calls all hands to lighten her; when boxes, bales, and jars are clattering overboard; when the wind is shrieking, and the men are yelling, and every plank thunders with trampling feet right over Jonah's head; in all this raging tumult, Jonah sleeps his hideous sleep.
Chief among these latter was a great Sperm Whale, which, after an unusually long raging gale, had been found dead and stranded, with his head against a cocoa-nut tree, whose plumage-like, tufted droopings seemed his verdant jet.
In the forests, all summer long, the branches of the trees do battle for light, and some of them lose and die; and then come the raging blasts, and the storms of snow and hail, and strew the ground with these weaker branches.
The fireman, as he looked up from his sweaty toil, sometimes found those eyes looking wonderingly into the raging depths of the furnace, and fearfully and pityingly at him, as if she thought him in some dreadful danger.
a body ought to discriminate -- they come together with great random, and a spear is brast, and one party brake his shield and the other one goes down, horse and man, over his horse-tail and brake his neck, and then the next candidate comes randoming in, and brast HIS spear, and the other man brast his shield, and down HE goes, horse and man, over his horse-tail, and brake HIS neck, and then there's another elected, and another and another and still another, till the material is all used up; and when you come to figure up results, you can't tell one fight from another, nor who whip- ped; and as a PICTURE, of living, raging, roaring battle, sho
At the point which I had reached in a preceding paragraph of this account, the situation was as follows: two horses lay dying; the bull had scattered his persecutors for the moment, and stood raging, panting, pawing the dust in clouds over his back, when the man that had been wounded returned to the ring on a remount, a poor blindfolded wreck that yet had something ironically military about his bearing - and the next moment the bull had ripped him open and his bowls were dragging upon the ground: and the bull was charging his swarm of pests again.
Yes, I would find King Arthur's Round Table once more--I had already found it several times--and use it for a base of departure on an exploring tour for my bed; if I could find my bed I could then find my water pitcher; I would quench my raging thirst and turn in.