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  • verb Present participle of rampage.

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Examples

  • Township residents involved in violent uprisings were described as rampaging mobs.

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  • Or maybe the robo-slime machine is in overdrive and cracking up and the GOP has lost control of it, like some kind of rampaging Franken-Slime monster on the loose. print share

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  • Or maybe the robo-slime machine is in overdrive and cracking up and the GOP has lost control of it, like some kind of rampaging Franken-Slime monster on the loose. print share

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  • Or maybe the robo-slime machine is in overdrive and cracking up and the GOP has lost control of it, like some kind of rampaging Franken-Slime monster on the loose.

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  • The "rampaging" was aimed almost exclusively at white-owned stores, and not at such buildings as schools, churches, or banks.

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  • It is possible that this area they are "rampaging" has some old migration connection.

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  • Appease the masses by dealing with all the issues that come along with high maintenance Hollywood stars such as rampaging dogs, angry boyfriends, and the paparazzi.

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  • It was that kind of rampaging afternoon for the oft-maligned Ospreys, 80 minutes in which they revelled in the extra space afforded them by a hapless home XV.

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  • In the Sunday Times, Russian tanks went 'rampaging' in South Ossetia, while Georgian tanks merely

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  • There’s also a delight in excess, in the wilder reaches of the human condition that only sit well in this kind of rampaging narrative, like ‘Fr. Eulalio, a thriving lunatic of eighty-six who was castigating himself for unchristian pride at having all the vowels in his name, and greatly revered for his continuous weeping, [who] went blind in an ecstasy of such howling proportions that his canonization was assured.’

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