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rampancy

See definition of rampancy on Dictionary.com
  • as instorm
  • as inbluster
  • as inindependency
  • as inirateness
  • as inself-government
  • as infreedom
  • as infury

synonyms for rampancy

  • attack
  • barrage
  • bomb
  • bombardment
  • burst
  • disturbance
  • hail
  • onslaught
  • outbreak
  • squall
  • upheaval
  • violence
  • agitation
  • anger
  • annoyance
  • assault
  • blitz
  • blitzkrieg
  • bluster
  • broadside
  • bustle
  • cannonade
  • clamor
  • clatter
  • convulsion
  • drumfire
  • furor
  • fury
  • fusillade
  • hassle
  • hysteria
  • offensive
  • onset
  • outburst
  • outcry
  • passion
  • perturbation
  • pother
  • rabidity
  • racket
  • rage
  • roar
  • row
  • ruction
  • rumpus
  • rush
  • salvo
  • stir
  • strife
  • temper
  • tumult
  • volley
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antonyms for rampancy

MOST RELEVANT
  • defense
  • peace
  • agreement
  • calm
  • calmness
  • enjoyment
  • happiness
  • harmony
  • joy
  • order
  • quiet
  • silence
  • clearness
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How to use rampancy in a sentence

He was settling down to what he had made himself; no virtue could claim a share in the diminished rampancy of his vices.
THERE AND BACKGEORGE MACDONALD
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WORDS RELATED TO RAMPANCY

  • bluff
  • boasting
  • boisterousness
  • bombast
  • braggadocio
  • bragging
  • bravado
  • crowing
  • rabidity
  • rampancy
  • swagger
  • swaggering
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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