Examples of raging in a Sentence
The fire quickly turned into a raging inferno.
The book was a raging success.
Recent Examples of raging from the Web
My Dad took us down to watch the raging water flow under the bridge.
Sessions’ comments, coupled with cable news’ nearly nonstop commentary, gives the impression of a raging discourse among economists over the economic impact of immigration.
So the American Whitewater Association created a seven-level standardized rating system covers everything from still water streams to continuous raging rapids for the more advanced river scout.
The whole raging battle had apparently been erased.
But in Canada, where a raging fire is threatening to destroy the city of Fort McMurray, Alberta, firefighters stopped carrying shelters in 2005.
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RAGING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of raging for English Language Learners
: very wild and violent
: very great, strong, or impressive
: causing a lot of pain or distress
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