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The synonyms of “Rampage” are: rush madly, rush wildly, riot, run riot, go on the rampage, run amok, go berserk, storm, charge, tear, berserk, out of control, wild, running amok, rioting, rampaging
Rampage as a Noun
Definitions of "Rampage" as a noun
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “rampage” as a noun can have the following definitions:
- A period of violent and uncontrollable behaviour by a group of people.
- Violently angry and destructive behavior.
Synonyms of "Rampage" as a noun (6 Words)
|berserk||One of the ancient Norse warriors legendary for working themselves into a frenzy before a battle and fighting with reckless savagery and insane fury.|
|out of control||A failure by a batter or runner to reach a base safely in baseball.|
|rampaging||Violently angry and destructive behavior.|
|rioting||A joke that seems extremely funny.|
The clashes followed a night of rioting in several parts of the city.
|running amok||The act of administering or being in charge of something.|
|wild||A wild and uninhabited area left in its natural condition.|
It was a wilderness preserved for the hawks and mountaineers.
Usage Examples of "Rampage" as a noun
- Youths went on the rampage and wrecked a classroom.
Rampage as a Verb
Definitions of "Rampage" as a verb
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “rampage” as a verb can have the following definitions:
- (especially of a large group of people) move through a place in a violent and uncontrollable manner.
- Act violently, recklessly, or destructively.
Synonyms of "Rampage" as a verb (10 Words)
|charge||File a formal charge against.|
Charge all weapons shields and banners.
|go berserk||Be sounded, played, or expressed.|
|go on the rampage||Stretch out over a distance, space, time, or scope; run or extend between two points or beyond a certain point.|
|riot||Take part in a riot disturb the public peace by engaging in a riot.|
An unrepentant prodigal son rioting off to far countries.
|run amok||Deal in illegally, such as arms or liquor.|
|run riot||Cover by running; run a certain distance.|
|rush madly||Cause to occur rapidly.|
|rush wildly||Act or move at high speed.|
|storm||Attack by storm attack suddenly.|
She burst into tears and stormed off.
|tear||Fill with tears or shed tears.|
Her eyes were tearing.
Usage Examples of "Rampage" as a verb
- Several thousand demonstrators rampaged through the city.
Associations of "Rampage" (30 Words)
|aggression||Deliberately unfriendly behavior.|
Territorial aggression between individuals of the same species.
A balky customer.
|fanatic||A person with an obsessive interest in and enthusiasm for a particular activity.|
A fanatic is one who can t change his mind and won t change the subject.
|feral||A person with an unconventional appearance and lifestyle, and anti-establishment views.|
Gangs of feral youths.
|ferocious||Savagely fierce, cruel, or violent.|
A ferocious headache.
|ferocity||The property of being wild or turbulent.|
She hated him with a ferocity that astonished her.
|fierce||Having or displaying an intense or ferocious aggressiveness.|
Fierce storms lashed the country.
|frantic||Excessively agitated; distraught with fear or other violent emotion.|
Frantic attempts to resuscitate the girl.
|frenzied||Excessively agitated; distraught with fear or other violent emotion.|
A frenzied mob.
|frenzy||A state or period of uncontrolled excitement or wild behaviour.|
Doreen worked herself into a frenzy of rage.
|furious||As if showing violent anger.|
Furious about the accident.
|fury||A spirit of punishment, often represented as one of three goddesses who pronounced curses on the guilty and inflicted famines and pestilences. The Furies were identified at an early date with the Eumenides.|
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.
|intractable||Hard to control or deal with.|
Intractable economic problems.
|manic||Frantically busy; hectic.|
A manic grin.
|psychopath||Someone with a sociopathic personality a person with an antisocial personality disorder psychopath was once widely used but has now been superseded by sociopath.|
Playground psychopaths will gather around a fight to encourage the combatants.
|refractory||Resistant to a process or stimulus.|
It will treat ores considered refractory to normal flotation methods.
|savage||(of a person or group) primitive and uncivilized.|
Police are rounding up dogs after a girl was savaged.
|sociopath||Someone with a sociopathic personality a person with an antisocial personality disorder psychopath was once widely used but has now been superseded by sociopath.|
|stormy||Full of angry or violent outbursts of feeling.|
A long and stormy debate.
|tempestuous||Characterized by strong and turbulent or conflicting emotion.|
A tempestuous wind.
A truculent speech against the new government.
|uncivilized||(of a place or people) not socially, culturally, or morally advanced.|
Forgive me for my apparent rudeness it was most uncivilized of me.
|uncontrollable||Difficult to solve or alleviate.|
|ungovernable||Impossible to control or govern.|
An ungovernable impulse to run away.
|unruly||Disorderly and disruptive and not amenable to discipline or control.|
The little boy s parents think he is spirited but his teacher finds him unruly.
|untamed||Not domesticated or otherwise controlled.|
Her hair was a tumble of untamed curls.
|violent||Marked by extreme intensity of emotions or convictions inclined to react violently fervid.|
A violent attack.
|wild||A wild primitive state untouched by civilization.|
A wild stretch of land.