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raging
Definition:
( of the elements) as if showing violent anger; " angry clouds on the horizon"; " furious winds"; " the raging sea"

Synonyms:

adjective
ablaze
afire, aroused, enthusiastic, fervent, heated, impassioned, intense, on fire, passionate, raging, stimulated, vehement.
all
hot, raging.
angry
affronted, annoyed, bitter, chafed, choleric, cross, displeased, enraged, exasperated, ferocious, fierce, fiery, galled, hateful, hot, huffy, ill-tempered, indignant, inflamed, irascible, ireful, irritable, irritated, maddened, nettled, offended, outraged, provoked, resentful, riled, sore, splenetic, sulky, sullen, uptight, vexed, wrathful, Antagonized, Piqued, Convulsed, Storming, exacerbated, tumultous/tumultuous, heated, mad.
blustery
gusty, howling, inclement, roaring, violent, windy, gusting.
boiling
mad.
destructive
violent.
explosive
bursting, charged, consequential, convulsive, detonating, detonative, ebullient, eruptive, forceful, fulminant, hazardous, impetuous, meteoric, overwrought, perilous, rampant, tense, touchy, ugly, uncontrollable, unstable, Fulminating, at the boiling point.
feral
animal, brutal, savage, uncultivated, undomesticated, Tameless.
fierce
ape, awful, barbarous, bloodthirsty, boisterous, bold, brutish, cruel, cutthroat, dangerous, fell, feral, frightening, horrible, malevolent, malign, murderous, powerful, primitive, relentless, strong, terrible, threatening, tigerish, truculent, untamed, venomous, vicious, Flipped.
hot
temperamental.
insane
loony, loco, moonstruck, of unsound mind, schizophrenic, off one's rocker, off rocker, out of mind.
ireful
in a towering rage, rager.
loco
around the bend, not all there, crazy as a loon, mad as a hatter, nutty as a fruitcake, sick in the head, stark raving mad, not there, nutty as fruitcake.
rabid
Poisoned, overboard, Ultraist, mad-dog.
raging
angry, blustering, blustery, enraged, frenzied, furious, incensed, infuriated, irate, raving, raving mad, rough, seeing red, seething, stormy, tempestuous, turbulent, wild, Fuming, bent out of shape, fit to be tied, beside oneself, boiling over, at boiling point, blowing a gasket, blowing one's top, boiling mad, going ape, mad as a hornet, on the warpath, ranting and raving, throwing a fit, bent*, rabid*.
rampant
exceeding bounds, on the rampage.
rife
thronged.
rough
unmusical, roiled, roily, rough-and-tumble, squally, stridulent.
rough-and-tumble
knockabout, rough and tumble.
untamed
feral.
violent
abusive, assaultive, brawling, broiling, ferocious, fierce, fighting, frenzied, furious, intense, outrageous, rabid, savage, tumultuous, uproarious, vehement, violent, wild, head-strong.
windy
squally.
noun
bravado
blowing, bluff, bluster, boasting, bombast, braggadocio, bragging, bullying, crowing, gasconade, grandiosity, hot air, pomposity, pretension, railing, swaggering, swelling, talk, Fanfaronade, tall talk, fancy talk, selfglorification, guts*.
furious
irate.
raging
angry, furious, hot, intense, stormy, tempestuous, violent, wild.
violence
destructiveness, ferocity, murderousness, storminess, terrorism, violence, wildness, brute force, ferocities.
verb
blowing
blowing, blustering, drafting, exhaling, puffing, roaring, squalling, wailing, Ventilating, Storming, breezing, gusting.
deranged
insane.
rage
blow up, boil over, bristle, chafe, erupt, fret, fulminate, fume, overflow, rampage, rant, rave, roar, scold, scream, seethe, snap at, splutter, steam, storm, surge, tear, throw a fit, yell, have a fit, fly off the handle, blow a fuse, foam at the mouth, rail at, go berserk, be beside oneself, be furious, be uncontrollable, blow one's top, champ at bit, have a tantrum, look daggers, make a fuss over, rant and rave, work oneself into sweat, let off steam.
raging
boiling, erupting, exploding, ranting, seething, Fuming, rampaging.
Examples of usage:
  1. Not here in this dear delicious little house, with Love and Home and great raging happiness in his heart. – Fortitude by Hugh Walpole
  2. Would he come in raging, or in despair, or had the pains in his head come back? – The Great Hunger by Johan Bojer
  3. For while we were dull enough at this great trouble, we had cholera raging around us, carrying off its victims of all ranks. – Wonderful Adventures of Mrs. Seacole in Many Lands by Mary Seacole Commentator: W. H. Russell
  4. Milan was clearly in a condition of raging disease. – The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith
  5. Well, Uncle Wiggily got across to the other shore, and he looked back and there that bear was raging and tearing around as mad as mad could be, because the rabbit had gotten away from him. – Uncle Wiggily's Travels by Howard R. Garis

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