Definition of ravings:
Synonyms for ravings:
- "Four Phases of Love", Paul Heyse.
It was not uncommon during the war to hear a soldier, or a civilian engaged on war work, describing events within his own experience that reduced to utter absurdity the ravings and maunderings of his daily paper, and yet echo the opinions of that paper like a parrot.- "Heartbreak House", George Bernard Shaw.
The fact is that while under the quasi- Republican laws of the Transvaal a native policeman dare not lay his" black hands" on a" lily- white" criminal, even if he caught him in the very act of breaking the law: in British Bechuanaland" there shall be no difference in the eye of the law between a man with a white skin and a man with a black skin, and the one shall be as much entitled to the protection of the law as the other" and so in spite of scaremongers' ravings to the contrary, Chief Lentsue proved himself once more on the side of the law of his Empire.- "Native-Life-in-South-Africa", Plaatje, Sol (Solomon Tshekisho).