Definition of Rampauge
1. to storm [v RAMPAUGED, RAMPAUGING, RAMPAUGES] - See also: storm
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Literary usage of Rampauge
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1. Chronicles of the Canongate by Walter Scott (1828)
"Were I best go to finish the revel at the Griffin ?—But then Maudie will rampauge on my return, and this being holiday even, I may claim a privilege. ..."