Appeared suddenly a lady used to dealing with rampageous outsiders.
But, mamma, I don't see why success should always be rampageous.
I guess they were stuff some men had gone out in skiffs to catch as they floated by, before the river got so rampageous.
For the Gallic bébé certainly seems less "rampageous" than the English urchin.
Diana went back to school in the wildest and most rampageous of spirits.
Oh, do hark to those children's voices; what rampageous, excitable creatures they are.
Thus the reptile had attained large size, and was active, hungry, and rampageous.
Indeed, the Adjutant frequently declared that "but for that rampageous young Celt, Carter would never be in trouble."
Mrs. Meyrick found out to her cost the difference between a nursling and a rampageous little boy.
She's a sort of rampageous saint; ferocious and affectionate by turns, a bit ridiculous perhaps, but delightful and generous.