Definition of Raver

1. Noun. A participant in a rave dancing party.

Generic synonyms: Dancer, Social Dancer
Derivative terms: Rave



2. Noun. Someone who rants and raves; speaks in a violent or loud manner.
Exact synonyms: Ranter
Generic synonyms: Speaker, Talker, Utterer, Verbaliser, Verbalizer
Derivative terms: Rant, Rave

Definition of Raver

1. n. One who raves.

Definition of Raver

1. Noun. A person who attends rave parties, or who belongs to that subculture. ¹

2. Noun. A person who raves or rants. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Raver

1. one that raves [n -S] - See also: raves

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Raver

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raver (current term)
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ravinements

Literary usage of Raver

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1. The Dictionary of National Biography by Sidney Lee (1908)
raver-book to church ( Gent. Mag. Ixx. pt. ii. 114). She was intimate with Miss Catherine Talbot, who, unsuspected by Mrs. Berkeley, had been attached ..."

2. The Imperial Gazetteer of India by William Wilson Hunter (1887)
"A good road, two miles long and carefully bridged, connects the town with raver station on the north-east line of the Great Indian Peninsula Railway, ..."

3. The Life of John Locke: With Extracts from His Correspondence, Journals, and by Peter King King (1830)
"/'raver is taken from the authorised 7/<" ft* ' '.'His Majestie's Declaration to all his love- jng subjects concerning the treasonable conspiracy against ..."

4. Anti-Methodist Publications Issued During the Eighteenth Century: A by Richard Green (1902)
"George Bell was a frenzied raver, who gave Wesley no end of trouble.—See references to him in Wesley's Works. 337. ANON.—A PLAIN AND Easy ROAD TO THE LAND ..."

5. The British and Foreign Medical Review Or Quarterly Journal of Practical (1840)
"Par P. raver, Medecin de 1'Hopital de la Charite, &c. Tome i., pp. 625. Tome ii., pp. 620.— Paris, 1839-40. Treatise on Diseases of the Kidneys and the ..."

6. An Exposition of the Epistle of Saint Paul to the Philippians by Jean Daillé (1843)
"E raver. Let these two exercises fill up his whole fe ; parting its days and hours between them, and keeping faithful and indissoluble company to its end. ..."

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