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Example Sentences for "rage"

By the time the firemen arrived, the blaze was raging through the buildingGladys was in a rage when she found out someone had been opening her mail.

By the time the firemen arrived, the blaze was raging through the building.

The enraged demonstrators charged at the police, throwing rocks and molotov cocktails.

We had to cross a raging river while hiking the West Coast Trail.

The man admitted shooting his wife's lover in a fit of rage after discovering them together in bed.

The war rages on while negotiators seek some kind of agreement to bring about a ceasefire.

The parents of the murdered young man were enraged when his killer received only 5 years in prison.

There is an old proverb which states that patience, when teased, is often transformed into rage.

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!

Boxer Jake LaMotta was known as a raging bull for his fierce, relentless fighting style.

Raging bushfires have approached to within 5 miles of the city.

Many rural streets become raging rivers during the rainy season in Paraguay.

War continues to rage between Armenians and Azeris over control of one area in Azerbaijan.

On November 20th, 1992, a fire raged at Windsor Castle for 15 hours.

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.

The Delltones sang, Keep on raging - to stop the aging.


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