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rampage (v.)

"rage or storm about," 1715, in Scottish, probably from Middle English verb ramp "rave, rush wildly about" (c. 1300), especially of beasts rearing on their hind legs, as if climbing, from Old French ramper (see ramp (v.), also see rampant). Related: Rampaged; rampaging.

rampage (n.)

"animated fit of anger or excitement," hence "excited action of any kind," 1861, from rampage (v.).

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Definitions of rampage from WordNet
1
rampage (v.)
act violently, recklessly, or destructively;
2
rampage (n.)
violently angry and destructive behavior;
Synonyms: violent disorder
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