English words and Examples of Usage

use "rage" in a sentence

I would not wait to rage until stooped, and spindly, and sarcopenic.

But when I returned to my home this week, the rage made sense to me.

Beijing (CNN)Chinese-style air rage is now served both hot and cold.

On that basis, then, I offer you this and only this: rage now!

The price war between Sprint and T-Mobile continues to rage on.

She said there are more cases of air rage, many of which go unreported.

The felonious restraint charge stems from a Saturday road-rage incident.

''Suddenly a wave of rage overwhelmed me," he wrote in 1994 about the trip.

But when I saw this one it was hard to feel the same sense of rage.”

Some had shaved their heads as symbols of their grief and rage at the deaths.

But with so many on offer it's difficult to know which ones are all the rage.

He was later fired and had to be escorted from the building in a fit of rage.

Authorities in Kyiv insist the fighting continues to rage in the besieged town.

In, say, the 1950s, personifying brands with characters was all the rage.

Rawls also runs with the rage of an undrafted free agent that has a lot to prove.

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