Definition of "raged" []

  • Intense anger; fury (noun)
  • Violent movement or action, esp of the sea, wind, etc (noun)
  • Great intensity of hunger, sexual desire, or other feelings (noun)
  • Aggressive behaviour associated with a specified environment or activity (noun)
  • A fashion or craze (esp in the phrase all the rage) (noun)
  • A dance or party (noun)
  • To feel or exhibit intense anger (verb)
  • (esp of storms, fires, etc) to move or surge with great violence (verb)
  • (esp of a disease or epidemic) to spread rapidly and uncontrollably (verb)
  • To have a good time (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of rage. (verb) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016 : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "raged" in a sentence
  • "The war between Napoleon's France and Britain raged on."
  • "The war, in short, raged fiercely; but soon, as Diggs had told them, all the better fellows in the fifth gave up trying to fag them, and public feeling began to set against Flashman and his two or three intimates, and they were obliged to keep their doings more secret, but being thorough bad fellows, missed no opportunity of torturing in private."
  • "As in his sin, when he kept silence, his "bones waxed old," so now in his sorrow and sickness the pain that could not find expression raged the more violently."