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be on a rampage

To be causing great destruction, disruption, or chaos; to be behaving very violently or aggressively. Many ancient artifacts were destroyed while enemy forces were on a rampage in the holy city. Our teacher was on a rampage this morning, screaming at the kids for their misbehavior.
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on a rampage

Causing great destruction, disruption, or chaos; behaving very violently or aggressively. Many ancient artifacts were destroyed while enemy forces were on a rampage in the holy city. Our teacher went on a rampage this morning, screaming at the kids for their misbehavior.
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go on the rampage

To cause great destruction, disruption, or chaos; to behave very violently or aggressively. Many ancient artifacts were destroyed while enemy forces went on the rampage in the holy city. Our teacher was going on the rampage this morning, screaming at the kids for their misbehavior.
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be on the rampage

To be causing great destruction, disruption, or chaos; to be behaving very violently or aggressively. Many ancient artifacts were destroyed while enemy forces were on the rampage in the holy city. Our teacher was on the rampage this morning, screaming at the kids for their misbehavior.
See also: on, rampage

on the rampage

Causing great destruction, disruption, or chaos; behaving very violently or aggressively. Many ancient artifacts were destroyed while enemy forces were on the rampage in the holy city. Our teacher went on the rampage this morning, screaming at the kids for their misbehavior.
See also: on, rampage

go on a rampage

To cause great destruction, disruption, or chaos; to behave very violently or aggressively. Many ancient artifacts were destroyed while enemy forces went on a rampage in the holy city. Our teacher was going on a rampage this morning, screaming at the kids for their misbehavior.
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go on a rampage

to get very disturbed or angry. The angry bull went on a rampage and broke the fence. My boss went on a rampage because the report wasn't finished.
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on a rampage

Behaving violently, as in There was a near riot after the game, when some of the spectators went on a rampage. This term comes from the Old Scots verb ramp, meaning "to storm and rage." [Mid-1800s]
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be/go on the ˈrampage

run round the streets causing damage to shops/stores, cars, etc: After their team lost, some of the crowd went on the rampage through the town.
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In the wake of the horrendous shooting rampage at the North Valley Jewish Center in Granada Hills and similar outrages across the country, politicians are feasting at the trough of public hysteria by proposing broad bans on assault weapons, handguns and guns shows, like those held at the county fairgrounds in Pomona.
The next day, during a luncheon with reporters, he cited Ferguson's rampage as evidence of the need for stricter gun control.
James Pough used an "assault weapon" during his rampage in Jacksonville, but a survivor told The New York Times: "It wasn't random and it wasn't continuous.
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She defines the Rampage woman which is sexy and sophisticated.
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