from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Raging; frenzied.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Of a ramping character; behaving rampantly; unruly; raging; boisterous; stormy.
- Hence Glaring or “loud” in style or taste; “stunning.”
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Prov. or Low Characterized by violence and passion; unruly; rampant.
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Violentand boisterous; unruly.
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- adjective displaying raging violence; often destructive
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For the Gallic _bébé_ certainly seems less "rampageous" than the English urchin.
"rampageous" sister and of her husband, the good, kind, honest Joe, and taken up to London, and brought up as a gentleman, and started in chambers in Barnard's Inn. All this is done through the instrumentality of Mr. Jaggers, a barrister in highest repute among the criminal brotherhood.
Questions arise as to rampageous warlords when discussing a country without a central government.
In front of his desk sits a scale model of the animal that barged its way onstage during his rampageous 2007 production of Ionesco's Rhinoceros; next to it is a memento from Jerusalem.
Yes, you may hit him fair, and make him bleed, too; but, for all that, he is a lion — a mighty, conquering, generous, rampageous Leo Belgicus — monarch of his wood.
If eBay is the spawn of the next generation of dotcom boomers, perhaps it is appropriate that helping it along its wave of success is a battle-scarred veteran of the former, rampageous tech era.
It must be admitted that the criminal classes are very rampageous in
The house on my side has a magnificent view of the beautiful Hijan hills, down which a waterfall tumbles in a broad sheet of foam only half a mile off, and which breed a rampageous fresh breeze for a great part of the day.
But the particular area occupied by the rampageous vines was previously covered with wattles and a great variety of more or less densely-foliaged shrubs, each of which would add its quota to the accumulation of fallen leaves and discarded fruit or shelly seed-husks, slow but certain of decay.
In my view bureaucratic murder according to pre-prepared lists and without trial is as evil as murder committed by rampageous soldiers hitting innocent civilians.