rave

Part of speech: verb

To say wildly or incoherently; talk or act wildly or rage as a madman.

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Usage examples "rave":

  1. You and Henry rave about poetry! - "Shirley", Charlotte Brontë.
  2. They were not like their American cousins, who were ever ready to rave over Old Glory. - "The Major", Ralph Connor.
  3. Artists have gone with us into the Arctic and I have heard them rave over the wonderful beauties of the scene, and I have seen them at work trying to reproduce some of it, with good results but with nothing like the effect of the original. - "A Negro Explorer at the North Pole", Matthew A. Henson Commentator: Robert E. Peary Booker T. Washington.