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Definition of "rampancy" [ramp•an•cy]

  • The state of being rampant. (noun)

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Use "rampancy" in a sentence
  • "And who but Peter Harris, having noted it, would actually call it "rampancy"?"
  • "Their predictions are coming to pass not only with respect to the environment but with regard to the rampancy of the self-destructive greed and the fraud that feeds it in the economic realm."
  • "After a painful final meeting with Mizzy at a local Starbucks, Peter heads back to the gallery: "He's not so far gone as to ignore the rampancy of the streets through which he walks.""