rampageously
adverb see rampage II

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • rampageously — adverb : in a rampageous manner the lobsters … were rampageously lively when they reached me New Yorker …   Useful english dictionary

  • rampageously — See rampageous. * * * …   Universalium

  • rampageously — ram·pa·geous·ly …   English syllables

  • rampageous — rampageously, adv. rampageousness, n. /ram pay jeuhs/, adj. violent; unruly; boisterous. [1815 25; RAMPAGE + OUS] * * * …   Universalium

  • rampage — I. intransitive verb (rampaged; rampaging) Etymology: Scots Date: 1808 to rush wildly about II. noun Date: 1861 a course of violent, riotous, or reckless action or behavior • rampageous adjective • rampageously …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • rampage — or [ram′pāj΄; ] for v., also [ ram pāj′] vi. rampaged, rampaging [orig. Scot & North Eng dial., prob. < RAMP2] to rush violently or wildly about; rage n. an outbreak of violent, raging behavior: chiefly in on the (or a) rampage rampageous adj …   English World dictionary

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