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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishravingsrav‧ings /ˈreɪvɪŋz/ noun [plural]  CRAZYcrazy things that someone saysravings of the ravings of a demented man
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ravingsA traveling fortuneteller interprets his ravings as a prophecy that a bridge is to be built.These are not, you have to believe, the cynically high-minded ravings of a politician who merely wants to get re-elected.Oh, he knew you better than I, for all my rebellious ravings!Two years before, I would have dismissed them as the ravings of hysterical minds.Every six months, she'd ring him and listen to the ravings of his latest guru.ravings ofSalieri's confession was dismissed as the ravings of a madman.
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