CHAPTER XXII They swarmed up towards Sherburn's house, a-whooping and raging like Injuns, and everything had to clear the way or get run over and tromped to mush, and it was awful to see.
And he fled to Kiche, raging at the end of her stick like an animal gone mad--to Kiche, the one creature in the world who was not laughing at him.
And when at last, thinking the driver had begun to grow suspicious, he discharged the cab and ventured on foot, attired in his misfitting clothes, an object marked out for observation, into the midst of the nocturnal passengers, these two base passions raged within him like a tempest.
Her early rages were an unhappy expression of the natural force of character which instruction was to turn into trained and organized power.
Bitter rage was his, but never blind rage.
First of a’ he must go raging like a mad fool, and kick up yon riot.
His rages and battles were pleasures.
You—always so quiet, so pious, so gentle—you to rage in your cell like a wild beast!