Adjective(1) unrestrained and violent(2) rearing on left hind leg with forelegs elevated and head usually in profile(3) (of a plant
(1) Inflation was rampant , industrial output was low and agricultural production was below prewar levels.(2) The state of the economy and the rampant spread of methamphetamine use has many not caring how they go about getting the tourist to hand over the money.(3) It is also suffering from rampant inflation, resulting in strikes, protests and the collapse of business investments.(4) The rampant vines produce numerous pods that turn purple as they mature.(5) And, fortunately for gardeners, there are many other ornamental climbers that are not quite as rampant but produce a good display throughout the year.(6) Indeed, by the end of 1981 inflation was rampant , reaching 14.1 percent.(7) This job, more than any other, has really opened my eyes to just how rampant and unchecked mental illness is these days.(8) The vigorous, almost rampant tree is very productive in both spring and fall.(9) At first the deficit was partly masked by rampant inflation and partly also set off against the money coming in from privatizations.(10) The massively arched door, in the style of a portcullis, is defended on either side by rampant lions, petrified in mid-snarl.(11) Weeks after allegations of rampant grade inflation, Harvard University professors are being asked to justify the grades they give students.(12) Online rumors and misinformation are rampant and can spread like wildfire.(13) In Salient issue 15, you may have read about how somebody ruined their life with the excesses of rampant sex and drugs, and to be honest it does happen.(14) See, normally these Emanuelle flicks are little more than goofy showcases for rampant nudity and sex, but that isn't the case here.(15) In the very few crannies left behind are fleurs-de-lis, rampant lions, unicorns, dogs, and vases of flowers.(16) The glamour has faded away, because of the weak main building and the rampant plants growing inside and outside.
(1) run rampant :: taufetuli mataofiofia
1. uncontrolled ::
2. vehement ::
3. luxuriant ::
1. controlled ::
2. restrained ::
3. temperate ::
Different Formsrampant, rampantly
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