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road rage

a fit of violent anger by the driver of an automobile, especially one directed toward and endangering other motorists or pedestrians. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Examples from the web for road rage
  • road rage and aggressive driving has been around since cars were invented.
  • Aggressive driving and road rage have increased on city streets.
  • Aggressive driving can easily escalate into an incident of road rage.
  • Some cases of road rage may be incidents of a larger syndrome now being called intermittent explosive disorder.
  • The incidents of drinking, road rage, and so many more things that might set someone off frighten me more than criminals do.
  • We are working with a leading expert on road rage to develop product features that diffuse road tension, and prevent accidents.
  • If it were in all cars, those close behind would get the same message and it would reduce road rage.
  • In fact, some of my corporate friends openly admit that they are more afraid of road rage case than breaking any law.
  • To you, that angry, horn-blasting tailgater is suffering from road rage.
  • It is also argued against by saying it is an inflammatory statement sure to cause road rage.
British Dictionary definitions for road rage

road rage

aggressive behaviour by a motorist in response to the actions of another road user
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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