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Date: 1700-1800
Origin: Perhaps from ramp 'to act or move wildly' (14-21 centuries), from French ramper; RAMPANT

rampage

1 verb
     
ram‧page1 [intransitive]
S to rush about in groups, acting in a wild or violent way
rampage through
Drunken football fans rampaged through the streets.

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