Synonyms of rage in English:

rage


See definition of rage

noun

1‘Keith's rage is caused by frustration’

SYNONYMS
fury, anger, wrath, outrage, indignation, passion, hot temper, spleen, resentment, pique, annoyance, vexation, exasperation, displeasure, bitterness, rancour, antagonism, hostility
air rage
literary ire, choler
ANTONYMS

calmness

2‘Toby flew into a rage at this remark’

SYNONYMS
temper, fit of anger, fit of fury, fit of rage, fit of temper, fit of bad temper, fit of ill temper, towering rage, bad temper, pet, fit of pique, tantrum, fury, frenzy of anger, frenzy of rage, rampage, paroxysm of anger, paroxysm of rage, passion, bad mood, mood
Northern English, Midlands English mard
informal grump, strop, state
North American informal blowout, hissy fit
British informal, dated bate, wax, skid
archaic paddywhack

3‘the current rage for portable computing’

SYNONYMS
craze, passion, fashion, taste, desire, craving, appetite, trend, vogue, fad, enthusiasm, love, obsession, compulsion, weakness, fondness, fixation, fetish, mania, fascination, preoccupation
informal thing, yen
rare cacoethes

verb

1‘she raged silently all the way back to the cottage’

SYNONYMS
be angry, be furious, be enraged, be incensed, be infuriated, seethe, be beside oneself, have a fit, boil, be boiling over, rant, rave, rant and rave, storm, fume, spit, breathe fire, burn
informal be livid, be wild, jump up and down, foam at the mouth, froth at the mouth, be steamed up, have steam coming out of one's ears
British informal do one's head in, do one's nut in, spit feathers

2‘he raged against the carving-up of the land’

SYNONYMS
protest strongly at, complain vociferously about, disagree violently with, oppose strongly, denounce
fulminate, storm, inveigh, rail, kick, expostulate, make a fuss about
informal kick up a fuss about, kick up a stink about

3‘a tropical storm was raging’

SYNONYMS
be violent, be at its height, be turbulent, be tempestuous, be uncontrollable, thunder, rampage

Phrases

    (all) the rage

    ‘for today's children, video and computer games are all the rage’


    SYNONYMS

    very popular, in fashion, in style, in vogue, the fashion, all the fashion, the craze, the latest craze, the thing, the latest thing, the vogue, all the vogue, in demand, in great demand, much sought-after, ultra-fashionable

    le dernier cri

    informal

    in, the in thing, cool, big, trendy, hot, hip

    British informal, dated

    all the go