[ US /ˈɹæmˌpeɪdʒ/ ]
VERB
  1. act violently, recklessly, or destructively
NOUN
  1. violently angry and destructive behavior
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How To Use rampage In A Sentence

  • But well before the latest murderers struck — well before another "antigovernment" Obama hater went on a cop-killing rampage in Pittsburgh in April — there have been indications that this rage could spiral out of control. frank rich on fox news, responsibility and domestic terrorism
  • His supporters, however, were enraged by the verdict, and went on a rampage, setting fire to the state buildings.
  • Britain's teenage rampage looked tame. Times, Sunday Times
  • 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. Roundabout Papers
  • As news of the shocking rampage spread, heartbroken relatives arrived to inspect their loved one's graves.
  • Now I know not whether Shoaib is the fastest ever (and this is not a forum for that chestnut) although I reckon that when on the rampage, before he let the ball go, he would have overtaken in his run-up anything bowled by Paul Collingwood, and know that the fastest single delivery I ever saw castled the New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming in the semi-final of the 1999 World Cup. Shaun Tait is certainly very fast, but 100mph?
  • There's something about a rampageous woman flashing men that resonates with power.
  • Son of Banquo, Fleance escapes Macbeth's murderous rampage and flees to England where he helps Macduff mount the insurrection that unthrones Macbeth.
  • Shortly after the rampage, the railroad established a victims fund that raised $ 519, 397.
  • The elephants rampaged through the forest.
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