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rave

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of rave

  1. 1 to make an exaggerated display of affection or enthusiasm to break the awkward silence after my parents' argument, our guest raved about the canned beans and franks we'd set before him Synonyms of rave drool, effuse, enthuse, fuss, gush, rhapsodize, slobberWords Related to rave dote (on), fawn; emote

  2. 2 to talk loudly and wildly a man stood outside city hall raving like a lunatic about his tax bill Synonyms of rave bluster, fulminate, huff, rant, spoutWords Related to rave sound off, speak out, speak up; blare, blurt out, bolt; bloviate, blow, declaim, harangue, mouth (off), orate, pontificate; carry on, rage, storm, take onNear Antonyms of rave grunt, murmur, mutter, slur; breathe, whisper


rave

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of rave

  1. often raves pl  enthusiastic and usually public expression of approval the books have received even more raves from parents than from the kids they were written for Synonyms of rave acclamation, cheer, cheering, ovation, plaudit(s), applause(s), réclameWords Related to rave clapping; bravo, hail, hallelujah, hurrah (also hooray or hoorah), hosanna, huzzah (or huzza); acclaim, accolade, citation, commendation, compliment, encomium, eulogy, homage, kudo, paean, panegyric, salutation, tribute; kudos, praiseNear Antonyms of rave boo, hiss, hoot, jeer, raspberry, smirk, sneer, snicker, snigger, snort, whistle; gibe (or jibe), put-down, tauntAntonyms of rave booing, hissing



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