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.
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, Sl. 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, Sl. have a hemorrhage.

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