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1(as intensifier)he's a raving lunatic — está loco de atar informal
- you're a raving idiot — eres un tonto perdido
- a raving beauty — una belleza despampanante
- as adverb he's raving mad — está como una cabra
- She was somewhat cute as best, not a raving beauty.
- He writes in a confounding way that always makes me end up thinking that he is a raving buffoon or a extraordinarily perceptive genius.
- You might help to counter the raving loons that have used his comment section to attack him too.
- Why do they want to see a raving lunatic, saying things he might regret?
- Well, once again I'm not going to call them raving maniacs.
- "For years, I was a raving lunatic, " he says now.
- Actually, McReynolds was a raving anti-Semite, and a racist, too.
- He seemed to think the recorder was The Way to teach us music so he must have been a raving psychopath.
- I'm not going to turn into a raving fundamentalist.
- Even as a raving crank, Joe has weird delusions of normalcy.
- Secondly before the raving mad dogs tear me to pieces, think of this as a ray of hope.
- Versa was afraid to take any more steps, for fear that her intrusion would jerk him back into reality, and send him raving mad.
- You already know I'm not a raving environmentalist.
- The moment they put me in bed I was a raving lunatic.
- Though I have some mental health issues, I am not a raving lunatic.
- He had also noticed his brother dancing with the raving beauty, Katherine.
- She was not a raving beauty like most of the girls he knew.
- Lindbergh of course was not exactly a raving lefty.
- She knew that she wasn't the raving beauty that she had always wished she was.
- If he doesn't do something soon, he'll definitely go stark raving mad.
1desvarío masculinedelirio masculinehis delirious raving(s) — sus desvaríos delirantes
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