- Rage is an intense, uncontrolled anger or a great force.
- An example of rage is someone screaming at the top of their lungs, holding a bat and charging toward another person.
- An example of rage is the force of a tornado.
Two people expressing rage.
rage definition by Webster's New World
- Obsolete insanity
- a furious, uncontrolled anger; esp., a brief spell of raving fury
- a great force, violence, or intensity, as of the wind
- strong emotion, enthusiasm, or desire
Origin: Old French ; from Late Latin rabia, rage, madness; akin to rabere, to rage: see rabid
- ragingly adverb
rage definition by American Heritage Dictionary
- a. Violent, explosive anger. See Synonyms at anger.b. A fit of anger.
- Furious intensity, as of a storm or disease.
- A burning desire; a passion.
- A current, eagerly adopted fashion; a fad or craze: when torn jeans were all the rage.
- To speak or act in violent anger: raged at the mindless bureaucracy.
- To move with great violence or intensity: A storm raged through the mountains.
- To spread or prevail forcefully: The plague raged for months.
Origin: Middle English, from Old French, from Late Latin rabia, from Latin rabiēs, from rabere, to be mad.
rage - Computer Definition
rage - Phrases/Idioms
(all) the rage