- n violently angry and destructive behavior
- v act violently, recklessly, or destructively
- Now, nearly one week after the gruesome rampage, Kim and her relations remain very distraught over the ordeal, and at a loss to understand how Seung-Hui could have committed such .
- He provided PTI with this account of Cho Seung-Hui's rampage.
- Many others were shot or injured, including Peterson, who survived the rampage.
- Bill Blair in Seattle Post Intelligencer
We knew of three or four groups. I think what was a surprise to me was how many hundreds, perhaps even as many as a thousand people, joined in this rampage of wanton violence in the city,said Blair. "That exceeded my expectations and it...
- Quinton Rampage Jackson in TSN.ca
Rampage is back, baby. I ain't going nowhere,said Jackson.
- Jim DeMint in Daily Caller
He needs to refocus on electing candidates who can stop this rampage of spending and debt in Washington - whether or not he resigns is up to other people than me, but I need to see him focus on this November election,he said.