Raging; frenzied: "the hot rampageous horses of my will” ( W.H. Auden). (adjective)
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Use "rampageous" in a sentence
"For the Gallic _bébé_ certainly seems less "rampageous" than the English urchin."
""rampageous" sister and of her husband, the good, kind, honest Joe, and taken up to London, and brought up as a gentleman, and started in chambers in Barnard's Inn. All this is done through the instrumentality of Mr. Jaggers, a barrister in highest repute among the criminal brotherhood."
"In front of his desk sits a scale model of the animal that barged its way onstage during his rampageous 2007 production of Ionesco's Rhinoceros; next to it is a memento from Jerusalem."