Pronunciation: /ramˈpeɪdʒ /[no object, with adverbial of direction]
- (Especially of a large group of people) move through a place in a violent and uncontrollable manner: several thousand demonstrators rampaged through the cityMore example sentences
- There were men dressed in dark armor rampaging around the city with torches and weapons.
- Football hooligans have already been captured on television rampaging through the streets of Portugal.
- Innocent victims caught up in the riots spoke last night of their terror as a mob rampaged along the streets they call home.
Pronunciation: /ramˈpeɪdʒ , ˈrampeɪdʒ /[usually in singular] Back to top
- A period of violent and uncontrollable behaviour by a group of people: thugs went on the rampage and wrecked a classroomMore example sentences
- This is a guy who went on a rampage, killing people as they came at him, allegedly.
- Hamer residents say they are living in fear after gangs went on the rampage and vandalised cars.
- Diepsloot residents went on the rampage, stoning cars and burning two government buildings.