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Synonyms Dictionary

rampage, n. 1. violent behavior, uncontrollable temper, display of wild temper, wild commotion or disturbance or agitation, loss of control, amok, running amuck, going berserk.
2. fury, rage, frenzy, passion; furor, turmoil, upset. -v. 3. rage, storm, rave, rant, roar, carry on, tear about, lose control, display one's anger, vent one's rage,

rampageous, adj. violent, uncontrollable, wild, stormy, storming; raging, berserk, running amuck, uncurbed, unchecked, Inf. rip-roaring, rampaging, rampant; turbulent, tempestuous, frenzied, frantic, furious, mindless; fierce, savage, ferocious, unruly, out of control, riotous, disorderly, obstreperous, boisterous, rambunctious.

rampancy, n. excess, excessiveness, wild unrestraint, extravagance; predominance, proponderance, prevalence; profusion, superabundance, repletion, glut, saturation, rankness,

rampant, adj. 1. raging, furious, wild, frenzied, frantic, enraged, infuriated, Rare, infuriate; violent, storming, stormy, towering, turbulent, blustering, tumultuous, tempestuous; fierce, savage, ferocious; disorderly, unruly, ungovernable, outrageous, riotous, chaotic, uncontrollable, uproarious, out of hand, out of control; abandoned, excited.
2. predominant, predominating, regnant, dominant, in the ascendant, in full sway; prevailing, prevalent, widespread, pandemic, epidemic, besetting; unbridled, unchecked, unrestrained, sweeping, wholesale, indiscriminate; excessive, exceeding all bounds, wanton, rank, rife, running wild, far-ranging; profuse, lavish, extravagant, overabundant, copious, prodigal, luxuriant.
3. ramping, rearing, erect, up on the hind legs, bolt upright, raised, upraised, upreared, upright, upstanding; ascending, mounting.

rampart, n. embankment, earthwork, fieldwork, parados, gabion, glacis; fortification, breastwork, bulwark, defense, security, guard; barricade, contra-vallation, outwork, barbican, redan,

ramshackle, adj. rickety, shaky, jerry-built, unstable, unsubstantial, thrown together; falling to pieces, crumbled, crumbling; rundown, decrepit, infirm, tottering, nodding to its fall; tumbledown, dilapidated, broken-down, in ruins, derelict, gone to wrack and ruin; the worse for wear, neglected, out of repair,

rancid, adj. rank, stinking, evil-smelling, malodorous, reeking, reeking to high heaven, fetid, noxious, Sl. yechy; pungent, offensive, foul, noisome, mephitic; putrid, miasmic, rotten; gamy, ripe, high, turned, sour, stale, musty, Brit. Inf. frowsty, fusty,

rancor, n. resentment, ill will, malice, spite, venom, malevolence, malignity, vindictiveness; hatred, hate, abhorrence, distaste, abomination; animosity, animus, aversion, antipathy, antagonism, enmity, hostility; irritation, dudgeon, indignation, fury, anger, pique; bitterness, acrimony.

rancorous, adj. resentful, spiteful, venomous; malicious, malignant, maleficent, malevolent, hateful; vindictive, unforgiving, vengeful, revengeful, retaliatory, out to get [s.o.]; mean, cruel, ruthless, pitiless, merciless, remorseless, implacable; bitter, acrimonious, virulent.

random, adj. 1. haphazard, casual, arbitrary, hit-or-miss, desultory; chance, fortuitous, serendipitous, aleatory, Inf. fluky; careless, slapdash, willy-nilly, thrown or slapped together, Inf. scratch; unarranged, unsystematic, unmethodical, disorganized, orderless, unordered, irregular; unplanned, unconsidered, undesigned, unpremeditated, uncalculated, aimless; stray, incidental, accidental, sporadic, occasional, contingent, adventitious.


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Misuse of one and parts of one with the singular

Don't Say:
I read it in one and a half hour.

Say:
I read it in one and a half hours.

Note:
In English, use the plural with anything greater than one, even it it's less than two.
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