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1. BARGE

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2. disreputable, discreditable, dishonorable, disgraceful; rakish, dissolute, rakehell, dissipated, degenerate; decadent, debauched, depraved, amoral, immoral; profligate, wanton, abandoned, intemperate; ribald, indecent, obscene, scatological, with one's mind in the sewer, foul-mouthed, dirty-mouthed, sewer-mouthed; libertine, licentious, lewd, lecherous, lascivious; libidinous, goatish, like an old goat, randy, Sl. horny. raffle, n. lottery, drawing, draw, sweepstake, Sl. sweep; game of chance. raft1, n. 1. floating platform, float, kelek, pontoon, Naut. catamaran.
2. life raft, rowboat. raft2,
n. Informal, lot, heap, pile, stack, batch, ton. rafter, n. beam, timber, girder; joist, crossbeam, Archit. trave, lintel; support, cantilever. rag1, n. 1. rags tattered clothing, tatters, old clothes, castoffs, hand-me-downs, odds and ends.
2. tatter, shred, scrap, fragment, remnant, bit, piece. rag2, v.
Informal. 1. scold, chide, tongue-lash, rate, upbraid, Sl. chew out, Inf. dress down, Inf jump on; castigate, chastise, berate, censure, reproach, rebuke, reprove, reprimand, reprobate, blame; denounce, take to task, call to account, call down, lecture; admonish, caution, warn, forewarn, put on one's guard.
2. tease, taunt,
Inf. kid, badinage, chaff, pull [s.o.'s] leg, Inf. josh, Inf. rib, Inf. fun, Sl. put [s.o.] on, Sl. jive; ridicule, twit, make fun of, poke fun at, scoff at, gibe at, mock, mimic, make game of, sport; trifle with, toy with, play with, make light of; harry, harass, pester, heckle, badger, beset, plague, bother, annoy, irritate; bait, torment, persecute, bully, bullyrag, abuse, ragamuffin, n. 1. tatterdemalion, scarecrow; beggar, panhandler, guttersnipe; hobo, tramp, vagrant, beachcomber, vagabond, derelict; Inf bum, Sl. vag, Sl. bo, Sl. stiff, Sl. bindle stiff, Sl. canvasback.
2. orphan, waif, street Arab, gutter urchin, gamin, mudlark. rage,
n. 1. fury, frenzy, madness, hysterics, violence, ferocity, towering or burning or blind rage; wrath, vials of wrath, passion, fever heat, hot blood; anger, ire, dudgeon, high dudgeon, Scot. birse, Inf Irish, Inf dander.
2. fit, tantrum, spasm, paroxysm, seizure, spasm, convulsion,
Chiefly Brit, wax, Brit. Inf. paddywhack, Sl. wing-ding; tear, rampage, mad.
3. turbulence, tumult, pandemonium, uproar, chaos, furor, fire and fury, storm, storm and stress.
4.
(all of a violent or uncontrollable nature) desire, passion; obsession, fixation, Sl. hang-up; fascination, infatuation, Sl. bug; lust, Sl. hots, Sl. hot pants.
5. ardor, zeal, zealousness; vehemence, fanaticism; eagerness, enthusiasm, ebullition.
6. fad, craze, mania; vogue, fashion, mode, style;
Sl. the thing, Sl. latest or newest thing, Inf. last word, Fr. dernier cri.
-v. 7. rant, rave, rant and rave, roar, bellow, storm, fulminate; bluster, splutter; seethe, sizzle, smolder, boil, stew, simmer, fume, stir,
Inf. do a slow burn, Inf. steam or steam up, Sl. work oneself up into a sweat or lather or stew.
8. rampage, tear, go on a rampage
or tear, run amuck, run wild, run riot, wreak havoc, go berserk, Sl. go nuts.
9. explode,
Sl. blow up, Sl. blow one's cool, Sl. blow a gasket or fuse, SI. blow one's top or stack, Sl. flip, Sl. flip one's wig or lid, Sl. freak or freak out; fly into a passion, Inf. fly off the handle, go into hysterics, have a tantrum, have a fit, Inf. have a conniption or conniption fit, Inf have a cat fit, Inf hit the ceiling or roof, SI. have a hemorrhage.

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