**Rage,**subst. 1) violent anger, fury:

**Lucr. 1419**.

**Sonn. 23, 3**.

**Compl. 55**.

**Tp. I, 2, 276**.

**LLL IV, 1, 95**.

**Mids. V, 49**.

**Mids. V, 49**

**Merch. IV, 1, 13**.

**Tw. III, 4, 213**.

**IV, 2, 137**.

**John III, 1, 329**.

**John III, 1, 329**

**John III, 1, 329**

**IV, 2, 261**.

**IV, 2, 261**

**IV, 3, 49**.

**IV, 3, 49**

**R2 I, 1, 19**.

**R2 I, 1, 19**

**III, 3, 59**.

**V, 1, 30**.

**H5 III, 2, 24**.

**IV, 7, 82**.

**H6A IV, 7, 11**.

**H6B III, 1, 174**.

**IV, 1, 112**.

**H6C I, 1, 265**.

**I, 4, 28**.

**R3 I, 2, 188**.

**I, 3, 278**.

**I, 4, 229**.

**II, 1, 56**.

**H8 III, 1, 101**.

**Troil. I, 3, 52**.

**V, 10, 6**.

**Cor. II, 3, 205**.

**III, 1, 241**.

**III, 1, 241**

**III, 1, 241**

**V, 6, 137**.

**V, 6, 137**

**Tit. IV, 2, 114**.

**Tit. IV, 2, 114**.

**I, 1, 91**.

**III, 1, 66**.

**Tim. V, 4, 39**.

**Caes. II, 1, 176**.

**III, 2, 127**.

**Mcb. III, 6, 12**.

**Hml. III, 3, 89**.

**IV, 7, 93**.

**Lr. I, 2, 182**.

**IV, 4, 19**.

**Oth. II, 3, 173**.

**Ant. II, 5, 70**.

**IV, 12, 44**.

**IV, 14, 123**.

**Cymb. I, 1, 77**.

**Cymb. I, 1, 77**

**Per. I, 2, 107**.

**V, 3, 97**. Plur. “--s:”

**H5 IV, 7, 37**(Fluellen's speech).

**Cor. V, 3, 85**. “to be in r.”

**Lr. II, 4, 299**. “to fall in r.”

**Cor. II, 3, 266**. “took it in r.”

**Per. II, 1, 138**.

**in r.**== furious:

**Lucr. 1671**.

**Err. IV, 4, 79**.

**Err. IV, 4, 79**

**H4A IV, 3, 100**.

**H6A IV, 7, 80**.

**H6B V, 3, 2**.

**Tim. IV, 2, 45**.

**Hml. II, 2, 494**.

**Oth. II, 3, 243**.

**a r.**== r.: “it moved her. Not to a r.”

**Lr. IV, 3, 18**. “in a r.”

**H6B I, 1, 147**. “in a desperate r.”

**Lucr. 219**.

2) extreme violence, wild impetuosity, furious fighting: “in fell battle's r.”

**Lucr. 145**. “murder's --s,”

**Lucr. 145**“against the stormy gusts of winter's day and barren r. of death's eterral cold,”

**Sonn. 13, 12**. “when sometime lofty towers I see down-razed, and brass eternal slave to mortal r.”

**64, 4**

**(mortal r.**== r. of mortality). “how with this r. shall beauty hold a plea,”

**65, 3**. “spite of heaven's fell r. some beauty peeped through lattice of seared age,”

**Compl. 13**. “shall we give the signal to our r.”

**John II, 265**. “to enjoy by r. and war,”

**R2 II, 4, 14**. “dry with r. and extreme toil,”

**H4A I, 3, 31**.

**the king before the Douglas' r. stooped his anointed head,**H4B Ind.

**H4A I, 3, 31**“disguise fair nature with hard-favoured r.”

**H5 III, 1, 8**. “left us to the r. of France his sword,”

**H6A IV, 6, 3**. “quickened with youthful spleen and warlike r.”

**H6A IV, 6, 3**“if I die not with Frenchmen's r.”

**H6A IV, 6, 3**“commence rough deeds of r.”

**IV, 7, 8**.

Used of the elements: “a river . . . swelleth with more r.”

**Ven. 332**. “qualify the fire's extreme r.”

**Gent. II, 7, 22**. “so high above his limits swells the r. of Bolingbroke,”

**R2 III, 2, 109**(like a river). “when the r. allays, the rain begins,”

**H6C I, 4, 146**. “the blasts, with eyeless r.”

**Lr. III, 1, 8**. “the furious winter's --s,”

**Cymb. IV, 2, 259**.

3) headlong passion, vehement desire: “his r. of lust by gazing qualified,”

**Lucr. 424**. “this moves in him more r.”

**Lucr. 424**“when r. and hot blood are his counsellors,”

**H4B IV, 4, 63**.

4) raving madness: “this present instance of his r.”

**Err. IV, 3, 88**. “felt the vigour of his r.”

**IV, 4, 81**. “till this afternoon his passion ne'er brake into extremity of r.”

**V, 48**. “bearing thence rings, jewels, any thing his r. did like,”

**V, 48**“in this r.”

**Rom. IV, 3, 53**.

**the great r. is killed in him,**Lr. IV.

**7, 78**.

Applied, in contempt, to poetical inspiration: “termed a poet's r.”

**Sonn. 17, 11**.

5) vehement sensation of pain: “would give preceptial medicine to r.”

**Ado V, 1, 24**. “I have a trick of the old r.; bear with me, I am sick,”

**LLL V, 2, 417**. “send succours, lords, and stop the r. betime, before the wound do grow uncurable,”

**H6B III, 1, 285**. “to give thy --s balm,”

**Tim. V, 4, 16**.

6) savageness: “in Ajax' eyes blunt r. and rigour rolled,”

**Lucr. 1398**. “nought so stockish, hard and full of r., but music for the time doth change his nature,”

**Merch. V, 81**. “kiss the rod and fawn on r.”

**R2 V, 1, 33**. “harsh r., defect of manners,”

**H4A III, 1, 183**. “misery could beguile the tyrant's r.”

**Lr. IV, 6, 63**.