rant and rave

rant and rave (about someone or something)

to shout angrily and wildly about someone or something. Barbara rants and raves when her children don't obey her. Bob rants and raves about anything that displeases him.
See also: and, rant, rave

rant and rave

Talk loudly and vehemently, especially in anger, as in There you go again, ranting and raving about the neighbor's car in your driveway. This idiom is a redundancy, since rant and rave mean just about the same thing, but probably survives on account of its alliterative appeal.
See also: and, rant, rave
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MIDLAND firm Rant and Rave is flying the flag for the West Midlands in an awards ceremony hailed the biggest celebration of small business in the UK.
You don't have to rant and rave and be a bully to be a good captain.
It's easy to shout, rant and rave all the time - but I just felt on this occasion they needed a 'rocket'.
I'm fed up having to rant and rave at halftime to get them going.
I can rant and rave, say they didn't treat me right, blah, blah -- I had a chance to play well.
Eventually Robertson will be too old and infirm to rant and rave on the air.
With few exceptions--for example, when Rose Troche writes and directs--I turn off the TV each week, and my partner and I rant and rave in great distress.
Well, there is a little text, a rant and rave about the Internet.
These and other intellectuals will return throughout the book to comment, even to rant and rave, about the character, morals, and aspirations of the three categories of nameless women.
They shuffle like zombies or rant and rave in chorus in sequences that build to a crescendo, and then fall into silent stares of exhaustion.
Brian Lara today insisted that the second triple Test century of his career was "nothing to rant and rave about" and claimed the series defeat by England had tarnished his memorable display.
She concluded her March 13 comments, "So, the best thing I can do is rant and rave like I am fight now.
But perhaps some progressives would truly be happy with the good old days of Ronald Reagan, when it was such fun to rant and rave about the President.
The former Rangers star has watched Lennon rant and rave from the touchline this season and believes the rookie Celtic gaffer still hasn't made the mental transition from playing to managing.