She missed the rampant spying on its own citizens by the fearsome FSB.
Decomposing corpses led to a rampant plague so severe it spread to Syria.
Now she takes him to task for his rampant misogyny—and says he must resign immediately.
late 14c., "standing on the hind legs" (as a heraldic lion often does), thus, also, "fierce, ravenous" (late 14c.), from Old French rampant, present participle of ramper "to climb, scale, mount" (see rampage (v.)). Sense of "growing without check" (in running rampant), first recorded 1610s, probably is via the notion of "fierce disposition" or else preserves the older French sense.