rage against (someone or something)(redirected from raging against)
rage against (someone or something)
To protest, criticize, or vent angrily about someone or something. I spent a lot of my teenage years raging against my parents, but looking back, I gave them way more grief than they deserved. Employees has formed a picket line outside of the company as they rage against proposed cuts to their pay and pension schemes.
rage against someone or something
to vent one's anger about someone or something; to criticize someone or something severely. She exhausted herself raging against Judy. Mary is raging about the office politics again.
To protest something angrily or violently: The marching protestors were raging against the new taxes.