Synsets for "rampant"

Synset: rampant.s.01

Synonyms: rampant

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: unrestrained and violent

Examples: rampant aggression

Lemmas: rampant

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Synset: rampant.s.02

Synonyms: rampant

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: rearing on left hind leg with forelegs elevated and head usually in profile

Examples: a lion rampant

Lemmas: rampant rearing

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Synset: rampant.s.03

Synonyms: rampant

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: (of a plant) having a lush and unchecked growth

Examples: a rampant growth of weeds

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Hall, Bishop's Tawton 12: "Sable semée of cross-crosslets or, three lions rampant argent" alias "Sable crusily or, three lions rampant argent" (Wotton of Widworthy)
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West Ukrainian People's Republic The coat of arms of the West Ukrainian People's Republic was Azure, a lion rampant Or (a golden lion rampant on a field of blue). The colours of the flag were blue and yellow.
Ars Magica The first two editions were published by Lion Rampant Games, with several modules published by Atlas Games. In 1991, Lion Rampant merged with White Wolf Magazine to form White Wolf Game Studio.
Economic militarism The first important use dates from 1939 with "Germany Rampant: A Study in Economic Militarism" by Ernest Hambloch, a long-serving British diplomat. "Germany Rampant" "traces the philosophy of Nazism to the German mythological figures of ancient times."
Cwmavon RFC The club badge depicts a shield split in half vertically with the left side containing the Lamb of God rampant and the right side a red dragon rampant. A banner underneath bears the club name.
Waldbrunn, Hesse Waldbrunn’s arms might heraldically be described thus: Party per pale, Or a lion rampant sinister gules armed and langued azure, azure a lion rampant dexter Or armed and langued gules strewn with billets Or.
108th Infantry Regiment (United States) Azure, a fasces in pale, the rods Argent banded of the first, the axe Or, supported by two lions the dexter rampant guardant, the sinister rampant, both of the last, armed and langued Gules.
Gösenroth The municipality’s arms might in English heraldic language be described thus: An endorse vert between Or a lion rampant sinister gules armed and langued azure, and argent three lions rampant sable.
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Hall, Bishop's Tawton 3: "Gules semé of crosses crosslet fitché, a lion rampant argent"
Coat of arms of Greenland A blazon in heraldic terms is: "Azure, a polar bear rampant argent".
13th Field Artillery Regiment On a wreath of the colors Or and Gules, a dragon rampant of the last.