rampant

Rampant vs Extensive - What's the difference?

rampant | extensive |


As adjectives the difference between rampant and extensive

is that rampant is (originally) rearing on both hind legs with the forelegs extended while extensive is in the nature of an extent, wide, widespread.

Rampant vs Clue - What's the difference?

rampant | clue |


As an adjective rampant

is (originally) rearing on both hind legs with the forelegs extended.

As a noun clue is

a strand of yarn etc as used to guide one through a labyrinth; something which points the way, a guide.

As a verb clue is

to provide with a clue.

Infest vs Rampant - What's the difference?

infest | rampant |


As adjectives the difference between infest and rampant

is that infest is (obsolete) mischievous; hurtful; harassing while rampant is (originally) rearing on both hind legs with the forelegs extended.

As a verb infest

is to inhabit a place in unpleasantly large numbers.

Plague vs Rampant - What's the difference?

plague | rampant |


As a verb plague

is .

As an adjective rampant is

(originally) rearing on both hind legs with the forelegs extended.

Maverick vs Rampant - What's the difference?

maverick | rampant |


As adjectives the difference between maverick and rampant

is that maverick is showing independence in thoughts or actions while rampant is (originally) rearing on both hind legs with the forelegs extended.

As a noun maverick

is an unbranded range animal.

Overrun vs Rampant - What's the difference?

overrun | rampant |


As a verb overrun

is to defeat an enemy and invade in great numbers, seizing his positions conclusively.

As a noun overrun

is an instance of overrunning.

As an adjective rampant is

(originally) rearing on both hind legs with the forelegs extended.

Augment vs Rampant - What's the difference?

augment | rampant |


As a verb augment

is to increase; to make larger or supplement.

As a noun augment

is (grammar) in some indo-european languages, a prefix e-'' (''a- in sanskrit) indicating a past tense of a verb.

As an adjective rampant is

(originally) rearing on both hind legs with the forelegs extended.

Rampant vs Stampede - What's the difference?

rampant | stampede |


As an adjective rampant

is (originally) rearing on both hind legs with the forelegs extended.

As a noun stampede is

stampede.

Ubiquitous vs Rampant - What's the difference?

ubiquitous | rampant |


As adjectives the difference between ubiquitous and rampant

is that ubiquitous is being everywhere at once: omnipresent while rampant is (originally) rearing on both hind legs with the forelegs extended.

Proliferation vs Rampant - What's the difference?

proliferation | rampant |


As a noun proliferation

is proliferation, spreading.

As an adjective rampant is

(originally) rearing on both hind legs with the forelegs extended.

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