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1. He must be a raving idiot/lunatic.
2. She seemed to have gone stark raving mad.
3. The mob burst into the office ranting and raving.
4. He stood on the steps raving at the enemies.
5. Now millions of players are raving about DrawSomething.
6. He's always raving about the government.
7. Are you stark raving mad, jumping off a moving train?
8. The customers were raving over our homemade chili.
9. Her last book was a raving best-seller/success.
10. Her son thinks she's an absolute raving lunatic.
11. She was ranting and raving about some imagined insult.
12. His latest novel is already a raving success.
13. I think he's absolutely stark raving bonkers!
14. He was still ranting and raving the next morning.
15. My friends all think I'm stark raving mad .
16. He's gone stark raving mad.
17. I'm afraid Jean-Paul has gone raving mad.
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18. You must be stark raving mad!
19. Why don't you stop ranting and raving for a minute and listen?
20. They are raving about the food they had in China.
21. You must be stark raving mad to risk your money like that!
22. She was no raving beauty , but at least she looked smart.
23. He thought I was stark raving bonkers to give up my job.
24. She's no raving beauty.
25. I think you're raving mad to agree to do all that extra work without being paid for it.
26. Malcolm looked at her as if she were a raving lunatic.
27. You are either a total genius or else you must be absolutely raving mad.
28. When I told her I'd crashed her car, she went stark raving bonkers.
29. He stood there for about twenty minutes ranting and raving about the colour of the new paint.
30. I get fed up with my mother ranting and raving all the time.
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