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on the rampage

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishon the rampageon the rampageDAMAGErushing about in a wild and violent way, often causing damage gangs of youths on the rampage Rioters went on the rampage through the town. rampage
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on the rampageRangers beat Celtic and those Cath'lics will be on the rampage.Jaq scanned another swarm of these hybrids, on the rampage with guns and blades.Richard, on the rampage, must be an appalling bore.Second-placed Cardiff went on the rampage, crossing for six tries in an impressive 39-3 demolition of Newport at Rodney Parade.Midway through the second half, Neath went on the rampage scoring another three tries in only eight minutes.And then in the second half they went on the rampage.So we went on the rampage.So long as radicals were on the rampage, staying in the centre meant leaning ever farther towards liberal reform.
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