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- n. The state of being rampant.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality or state of being rampant; excessive action or development; exuberance; extravagance.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or quality of being rampant; excessive activity; exuberance; extravagance.
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And who but Peter Harris, having noted it, would actually call it "rampancy"?
Their predictions are coming to pass not only with respect to the environment but with regard to the rampancy of the self-destructive greed and the fraud that feeds it in the economic realm.
After a painful final meeting with Mizzy at a local Starbucks, Peter heads back to the gallery: "He's not so far gone as to ignore the rampancy of the streets through which he walks."
We might squawk around the buzz of web addiction in the U.S., but it has become such a prevalent problem in countries like South Korea and China that their governments are taking serious measures to stop its rampancy.
With those words he presented another man without a hat, and also with a cigar, and also surrounded with a halo of ale and tobacco smoke, which man, though not so excited as himself, was in a state which would have been akin to lunacy but for its fading into sober method when compared with the rampancy of Mr Pancks.
See what happens when you only read the Bible. rampancy
Always have to straighten out those jesusists. rampancy
There is, after all, Lee Spetner – the guy who made the original argument that Archaeopteryx was a fake, and now wastes his time peddling ID drivel. rampancy
Is anyone actually prepared to rebut what Lennox and Berlinski said? rampancy
While inaccurately and misleadingly couching the ANC alliance mass action campaign in discourse of rampancy and intimidation, TV1 news ignored more substantial reports of violence attributed to other organisations.