rampageous

[ram-pey-juhs]
adjective
violent; unruly; boisterous.

Origin:
1815–25; rampage + -ous

rampageously, adverb
rampageousness, noun
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rampage
 
vb
1.  (intr) to rush about in an angry, violent, or agitated fashion
 
n
2.  angry or destructive behaviour
3.  on the rampage behaving violently or destructively
 
[C18: from Scottish, of uncertain origin; perhaps based on ramp]
 
ram'pageous
 
adj
 
ram'pageously
 
adv
 
ram'pageousness
 
n
 
'rampager
 
n

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She may not have the same rampageous reaction as the screenwriter, but she knows that is a lie too.
Insect-borne diseases in warm climes can be rampageous.
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