Definition of Rageful

1. a. Full of rage; expressing rage.



Definition of Rageful

1. Adjective. full of rage, enraged ¹

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Definition of Rageful

1. full of rage [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rageful

ragas
ragazine
ragazines
ragbags
ragbolt
ragbolts
ragde
ragdolls
rage
rageaholic
rageaholics
raged
ragee
ragees
rageful (current term)
ragefully
ragefulness
rageholic
rageholics
rageless
ragelike
ragequit
ragequits
ragequitted
ragequitting
rager
ragers
ragery
rages

Literary usage of Rageful

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1. The Lusiad: Or, The Discovery of India: an Epic Poem by Luís de Camões, William Julius Mickle (1809)
"... Julius dared With troops so few, with hosts so numerous warr'il: Nor less shall Fame the subject heroes own : Behold that hoary warrior's rageful frown! ..."

2. A smaller Hindustani and English dictionary by Duncan Forbes (1861)
"... full of resentment. kopi, m. passionate, rageful, wroth, ... f. passionate, rageful, wrathful, s, [passionate woman. -. knp, m. rage, anger, ..."

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