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  • noun Plural form of rampager.

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Examples

  • Even today's bloodthirsty maniacs are pikers by comparison with the rampagers of yore.

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  • Sited at the center of the Silk Road, the great trade route across the continent, Xinjiang has been traversed by Marco Polo and pillaged by all of the great historical rampagers: Attila the Hun, Tamerlane, Alexander the Great, and Genghis Khan.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • The reason why Islam is so prevalent in previously Christian and Hindu areas is that Islamic rampagers killed millions and enslaved millions more.

    Whatever happened to those fearsome Israelis?

  • Sited at the center of the Silk Road, the great trade route across the continent, Xinjiang has been traversed by Marco Polo and pillaged by all of the great historical rampagers: Attila the Hun, Tamerlane, Alexander the Great, and Genghis Khan.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • Sited at the center of the Silk Road, the great trade route across the continent, Xinjiang has been traversed by Marco Polo and pillaged by all of the great historical rampagers: Attila the Hun, Tamerlane, Alexander the Great, and Genghis Khan.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • While the national and international media were working themselves and much of the public into a frenzy about imaginary hordes of murderers, rapists, snipers, marauders, and general rampagers among the stranded crowds of mostly poor, mostly black people in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina, a group of white men went on a shooting spree across the river.

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  • We receive little insight from the rampagers, who so often save the final bullet for themselves.

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  • I am in no way Justifying the behavior of the rampagers, however, several of the claims made by the police have been withdraw for example acid being thrown at a policeman.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • While the national and international media were working themselves and much of the public into a frenzy about imaginary hordes of murderers, rapists, snipers, marauders, and general rampagers among the stranded crowds of mostly poor, mostly black people in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina, a group of white men went on a shooting spree across the river.

    TomDispatch

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