radge

radge

(rædʒ)
adj
angry or uncontrollable
n
1. a person acting in such a way
2. a rage
[variant of rage; perhaps influenced by Romany raj]
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My favourite was the Planet of the Apes image with the caption, "Fifers gaun radge at the Forthroadbridge apocalypse".
The focus of me radge is the ordeal that preceded my ultimately enjoyable performance.
TSTT executive Vice President - residential services and delivery Vinood Radge Coomar said, "With this milestone, TSTT has taken a great leap forward towards our ultimate aim: to make high-quality entertainment to as many people as possible.
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He barked: "I'd like to see that f*** radge b*** look after the kids all day long.
Love you lots, Lynn, Radge, Stacie and Stuart xx GRANAGHAN Sally In heaven you rest no worry or pain.
Single dad Radge tries to repair his foundering relationship with son Ryan in the second part of this excellent series.
Very lively from the outset, Rae's front line of fiddle, concertina, saxophone and guitar sing in complicated unison, tunes like The Napier Stride and Power Of The Radge blending traditionally-inspired folk reels with post-bop jazz freedom.
It was a lively affair, with Tam Dean Burn choosing a chunk of Skag Boys by Irvine Welsh, a mix of the political and the radge, and Dave Anderson choosing part of Robertson's majestic satire And The Land Lay Still among many others.
But Clifton, from Darlington, County Durham, hit back yesterday: "I'd like to see that f*** radge b*** look after the kids all day long.