rage at

rage at someone or something

to direct one's anger at someone or something. Why are you raging at me? What on earth did I do? Nothing can be solved by raging at the police department.
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rage at

v.
To express or direct strong anger toward someone or something: The sergeant raged at the troops for falling behind the rest of the platoon.
See also: rage
References in classic literature ?
This time it was Captain Duncan, in a rage at sight of his slain cat.
In his rage at so many assaults of so many enemies, Michael, who had been peacefully looking for Kwaque and Steward, did not stop to reckon.
We are very excited to be hosting RAGE at this year's Finnovate.
By all means rage at a grotesquely over-paid, foul-mouthed young man for failing to keep his emotions in check.
WE HAVE PONDERED and discussed the question of parking lot rage at length, and these are our final conclusions: We are forced with two major problems in parking lots today; one is physical and the other psychological.
It is misleading for example, to see Black femmes fatales, neurotic detectives, and grotesque bad guys as poor imitations of their White counterparts; these characters may be redeployed in the genre by Black filmmakers in order to represent such themes as Black rage at White America.
No doubt some readers will feel some road (-related) rage at my suggestions.