Meaning of rampancy in English:

rampancy

Pronunciation /ˈramp(ə)nsi/

noun

See rampant

‘But the sheer rampancy of what was supposed to be going on in the King's Royal Hussars was not something most of us have experienced.’
  • ‘The sheer rampancy with which this practice is being followed has posed the BCC with a huge problem even as large hoardings are contemplated for removal on grounds of distracting motorists.’
  • ‘It might not actually be rampant, as rampancy is a bit too energetic.’
  • ‘But one might just ask, do we have to criticize those thousands of teens who have tried, or perhaps, experienced this unwanted rampancy?’