Definition of ramshack in US English:

ramshack

(also ramshag)

verb

Southern, Midland, United States Regional
  • with object Ransack.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in Forest and Stream: a weekly journal of the rod and gun. Variant of ransack, perhaps influenced by ramshackle, ramshackled, although compare also forms at ranshackle.

Pronunciation

ramshack

/ˈramʃak/