Definition of Rampageously

1. [adv]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rampageously

ramorelix
ramose
ramosely
ramosetron
ramosities
ramosity
ramous
ramp-up
ramp ceremony
ramp up
rampacious
rampage
rampaged
rampageous
rampageously (current term)
rampageousness
rampager
rampagers
rampages
rampaging
rampagious
rampallian
rampallians
rampancies
rampancy
rampant
rampant(ip)
rampant arch
rampantly

Literary usage of Rampageously

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1. Side-lights on English Society: Or Sketches from Life, Social & Satirical by Eustace Clare Grenville Murray (1881)
"Readers of sporting papers or 'Journals of Society'' will occasionally wonder who is that rampageously jocose and self-asserting contributor, who writes in ..."

2. Side-lights on English Society: Sketches from Life, Social & Satirical by Eustace Clare Grenville Murray (1883)
"Readers of sporting papers or ' Journals of Society' will occasionally wonder who is that rampageously jocose and self-asserting contributor, who writes in ..."

3. The Continental Monthly (1862)
"... rampageously' over all the nursery. 'I'd jest give a hun-dred dol-lars t'morrow, ef I could find out a way to cut stat-tures by steam,' said Chapin, ..."

4. A Diary of the Home Rule Parliament, 1892-1895 by Henry William Lucy (1896)
"It appears that not only are the House of Commons dinners disappointing, badly cooked, and rampageously served, out, ..."

5. A Diary of the Home Rule Parliament, 1892-1895 by Henry William Lucy (1896)
"It appears that not only are the House of Commons dinners disappointing, badly cooked, and rampageously served, out, even with extraneous advantages ..."

6. Side-lights on English Society, Or Sketches from Life, Social & Satrical: Or by Eustace Clare Grenville Murray (1881)
"... occasionally wonder who is that rampageously jocose and self-asserting contributor, who writes in slipshod English, and gives one the idea of a spaniel ..."

7. Alpines and Bog-plants by Reginald John Farrer (1908)
"With me, indeed, in a cool Alpine district, it grows rampageously even in the open, exposed to the utmost ..."

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