Definition of "rageful" [rage•ful]

  • Full of rage, enraged (adjective)

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Use "rageful" in a sentence
  • "Then Jamrkan cried out with so mighty a cry, that the whole field made reply and heard it the armies twain, and ran at Kurajan with a heart in rageful pain, improvising these couplets,"
  • "His father would react in a manner Glass described as "rageful, stomping around, screaming and yelling.""
  • "I don’t know whether you’ll find it traumatic, but reading accounts like these, of people abused and maltreated at the hands of physicians and systems who don’t understand them and would rather study them than help them — well, it makes me rather rageful, which is manifesting itself in an upset stomach."