rage

01. Gladys was in a [rage] when she found out someone had been opening her mail.
02. By the time the firemen arrived, the blaze was [raging] through the building.
03. The [enraged] demonstrators charged at the police, throwing rocks and molotov cocktails.
04. We had to cross a [raging] river while hiking the West Coast Trail.
05. The man admitted shooting his wife's lover in a fit of [rage] after discovering them together in bed.
06. The war [rages] on while negotiators seek some kind of agreement to bring about a ceasefire.
07. The parents of the murdered young man were [enraged] when his killer received only 5 years in prison.
08. There is an old proverb which states that patience, when teased, is often transformed into [rage].
09. In response to his father's death, poet Dylan Thomas wrote "Do not go gentle into that good night. [Rage], [rage] against the dying of the light!"
10. Boxer Jake LaMotta was known as a [raging] bull for his fierce, relentless fighting style.
11. [Raging] bushfires have approached to within 5 miles of the city.
12. Many rural streets become [raging] rivers during the rainy season in Paraguay.
13. War continues to [rage] between Armenians and Azeris over control of one area in Azerbaijan.
14. On November 20th, 1992, a fire [raged] at Windsor Castle for 15 hours.
15. In November of 1703, a two-day storm [raged] throughout southern England, flooding the Thames and Severn rivers, and killing more than 8,000 people.
16. The Delltones sang, "Keep on [raging] - to stop the aging."

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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