Some articles on rage, rages:
... RAGE (receptor), the biological receptor for advanced glycation endproducts ATI Rage, a series of graphics chipsets by ATI Rage (roller coaster), a beyond vertical ...
... EliteXC Presents Cage Rage 25 Bring it On was a mixed martial arts event co-promoted by England's Cage Rage Championships and the United States' Elite Xtreme Combat that took place on Saturday ... Cage Rage World Featherweight Champion Masakazu Imanari took on Jean Silva in the co-main event, and the card also featured Ken Shamrock's son, Ryan ...
... Male Luxans may enter a state known as Luxan Hyper-Rage ... These rages are marked by extreme violence, especially against other males, and subsequent memory loss ... Luxans can learn to control hyper-rage, however, this a gradual process, taking many cycles-it might be compared to the amount of time a modern human spends acquiring an education ...
... The Columbus Rage were a professional hockey team based in Columbus, Indiana ... The Rage were to play their home games at Hamilton Ice Arena in Columbus ...
... "They Rage On" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music singer Dan Seals ... the third and final single from his album Rage On ...
More definitions of "rage":
- (verb): Be violent; as of fires and storms.
- (verb): Feel intense anger.
Example: "Rage against the dying of the light!"
- (noun): Violent state of the elements.
Example: "The sea hurled itself in thundering rage against the rocks"
- (noun): A state of extreme anger.
Example: "She fell into a rage and refused to answer"
Famous quotes containing the word rage:
“Rage cannot be hidden, it can only be dissembled. This dissembling deludes the thoughtless, and strengthens rage and adds, to rage, contempt.”
—James Baldwin (19241987)
“The rage for road building is beneficent for America, where vast distance is so main a consideration in our domestic politics and trade, inasmuch as the great political promise of the invention is to hold the Union staunch, whose days already seem numbered by the mere inconvenience of transporting representatives, judges and officers across such tedious distances of land and water.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“A bestial and violent man will go so far as to kill because he is under the influence of drink, exasperated, or driven by rage and alcohol. He is paltry. He does not know the pleasure of killing, the charity of bestowing death like a caress, of linking it with the play of the noble wild beasts: every cat, every tiger, embraces its prey and licks it even while it destroys it.”
—Colette [Sidonie Gabrielle Colette] (18731954)