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He became a man short of temper, given to sudden rages.
It was a river of changing moods, subject to sudden rages.
The young man is prone to sudden rages.
Stubborn, combative, at times inconsistent, given to sudden rages and quick regretting.
His sudden rages rather amused her.
There must have been awkward moments - misunderstandings, arguments, sudden rages, amorous makings-up.
But she was not yet prepared to pay the price of Enid's intimacy: the sudden rages, the elaborate insults, the alarming cruelty.
Ever since Hephaistion's departure the King had been acting strangely, given to sudden rages followed by long silences.
'There was this guy Cole; they executed him last year in Nevada; he used to go into sudden rages and strangle women.
He was a man of inflexible opinions and sudden rages, painfully thin-skinned, capable of holding a grudge for eternity.
(This clipped him close; with a certain convulsion round the heart, he remembered Lalette's occasional sudden rages.)
Ms. Epstein's father, Kurt, who had been on the Czech Olympic water polo team, flew into sudden rages when his children didn't eat their dinner.
They were soon followed by movements that were either involuntary or compulsive, strange hoots and utterances and sudden rages during which he could not help throwing things.
These sudden rages, which he attributed to his head wound but which may have been connected with the suppression of inherited melancholy, always passed quickly and disappeared in late life.
His mind was incapable of the sudden rages and dull hates that seemed to fill men's thoughts, but it was colored by the dislike Brugh had cultivated for the biochemist.
For all his sudden rages and vicious temper, Finn could still be calm and rational when he had to be, and his grip on power had never been tighter.
It was one thing to offer hospitality, quite another to extend the boundaries of tolerant understanding to dark moods and sudden rages, even when these could be attributed to horrific experiences in earlier childhood.
In Jekyll and Hyde behaviors, the abuser may fluctuate between sudden rages and false joviality toward the victim; or may simply show a very different "face" to the outside world than to the victim.
Carl caught Pard by the bridle-rein and looked up at her in a white fury that startled even Jean, accustomed as she was to his sudden rages that contrasted with his sullen attitude toward the world.
In Mr. Szulc's portrait, he emerges as enormously charming, playful, verbally witty, affectionate, but also touchy, insecure, given to sudden rages, to manic depression, to melancholia (what we would now less poetically call depression) and to a Hamlet-like indecisiveness.
Here Mr. James deals intelligently with the effect on Eden of his recurrent stomach illnesses, which by the time he became Prime Minister had robbed him of some of his judgment and pushed him into sudden rages in which he castigated many of his most loyal subordinates.
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