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rampage | rampageous

rampage rampageous
move about wildly or violently
  • How to Memorize
    • rampage - riot
  • Analysis

    A single person can go on a ‘rampage’, but the word is most commonly used to express a group of people, like an angry mob, behaving in a way that is destructive and out of control. It is typically characterized by a relatively brief and highly energetic action.

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    Synonymsfrenzy, turmoil, ruckus,
    Antonymsdocilelawful, contented,
  • Example(s)
    1. The killer took a rifle and went on a rampage, shooting at people indiscriminately.

    2. The protesters rampaged through the city, causing widespread chaos and destruction.

    3. A rampageous group of thugs launched an attack on innocent fans who were attending the match.