Rage: It's all the rage | Moment's Notice
Last updated 8/13/2021 at 12:22pm
“Rage,” from the Latin meaning “frenzy” or “madness,” is a noun referring to explosive anger or furious intensity, and a verb meaning “to act or prevail forcefully.”
Rage is also a sense or a feeling, a passion for something, and when it is paired with “all the,” well, that is something that is the object of widespread desire. No matter what the use or object of the rage, the word carries with it an implication of vehemence, a furiousness that cannot be overcome.
Rage … rage is a good word.
Shakespeare described the rage of romantic love, while Dylan Thomas summoned...