Definition of rampantly in US English:

rampantly

adverb

  • See rampant

    • ‘Unfortunately for me, I developed early and, in the course of doing so, sprouted rampantly growing patches of thick, dark fur all over my body.’
    • ‘That being said, she concedes that there will be a more rampantly Celtic vibe to their Starlite show, in honour of St. Patrick's Day.’
    • ‘The days of rampantly commercial, craftless, contentless, corporate-driven pop, especially as practiced by artless teenage girls, are here.’
    • ‘The pirated VCDs are sold rampantly.’
    • ‘It's wilfully eclectic and rampantly idiosyncratic.’