the garment, clothing, or fashion industry.
(informal) the clothing business, esp the aspects concerned with the manufacture and sale of dresses
/ˈræɡˌdɒl/ noun 1. a breed of large long-haired cat with blue eyes
noun 1. a stuffed doll, especially of cloth. n. child’s plaything, 1776 (from 1757 as “a dressed-up woman”), from rag (n.1) + doll (n.). Rag-baby attested from 1798. Shakespeare has babe of clowts (i.e. “clouts”), 1590s. A limp, ineffectual person, as in You won’t get a decision from her; she’s a rag doll when it […]
noun a person who gets excited by expressing rage; a person prone to extreme anger with little or no provocation Usage Note rageaholic adj
[reyj] /reɪdʒ/ noun 1. angry fury; violent anger (sometimes used in combination): a speech full of rage; incidents of road rage. 2. a fit of violent anger: Her rages usually don’t last too long. 3. fury or violence of wind, waves, fire, disease, etc. 4. violence of feeling, desire, or appetite: the rage of thirst. […]