Definition of Ragings

1. raging [n] - See also: raging



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ragings

raggle
raggle-taggle
raggled
raggles
raggling
raggs
raggy
raghead
ragheads
raghorn
raghorns
ragi
raging
raging agreement
ragingly
ragings (current term)
ragini
raginis
ragious
ragis
raglan
raglan sleeve
raglans
ragmans
ragmatical
ragmen
ragment
ragments

Literary usage of Ragings

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Publications by Musical Antiquarian Society (1845)
"... I think it must mean rages, and I find the word used for ragings in the ... border-ragings or incursions in Spenser's " Fairy Queen," ii., x., 63, ..."

2. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1814)
"To quell the ragings of his Father's ire, And save a guilty world from quenchless fire! But now in heaven he lifts his Sovereign head. ..."

3. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1814)
"To quell the ragings of his Father's ire, ... since otherwise he would not have talked of ' the ragings of the Father's ire ;' which, if not quelled by the ..."

4. The Soliloquies of Shakespeare: A Study in Technic by Morris LeRoy Arnold, ( (1911)
"such impotent ragings show his distraction, but with " O, fie ! ... The ragings of the vengeful Hieronimo in " The Spanish Tragedy " occasionally break the ..."

5. The Soliloquies of Shakespeare: A Study in Technic by Morris LeRoy Arnold (1911)
"The ragings of the vengeful Hieronimo in " The Spanish Tragedy" occasionally break the bonds of reason. In Greene's "Orlando Furioso," the monolog, " Woods, ..."

6. The Soliloquies of Shakespeare: A Study in Technic by Morris LeRoy Arnold (1911)
"such impotent ragings show his distraction, but with " O, fie! ... The ragings of the vengeful Hieronimo in " The Spanish Tragedy" occasionally break the ..."

7. The French Revolution by Justin Huntly McCarthy (1890)
"No woman, it is to be hoped for the sake of humanity, was ever quite so bad as the kind of female Satan which the ragings of a blood-red school of writers ..."

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