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As a count noun: = "raving". Also as a mass noun: delirium, madness; wild, irrational, or incoherent speech or declamation.
Late 16th century; earliest use found in Alexander Hume (fl. 1580–1630). From rave + -ery, perhaps as alteration of reverie.
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