Definitions for rampantly
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
prevailing or unchecked; widespread; rife:
a rampant rumor.
growing luxuriantly, as weeds.
Category: Common Vocabulary, Botany
violent in action or spirit; raging; furious.
(of an animal) standing on the hind legs; ramping.
(of a heraldic animal) having the body upraised on the left hind leg, the head in profile, and one foreleg above the other. rearing in profile upon the hind legs with the forelegs extended.
(of an arch or vault) springing at one side from one level of support and resting at the other on a higher level.
Origin of rampant:
1350–1400; < OF, prp. of ramper
in an uncontrolled and rampant manner
"weeds grew rampantly around here"
In a rampant manner.
in a rampant manner