Short form for 'Random Sample'
Employee: "Shopping habits seem to have changed, how much spending money does the average consumer have?"
Manager: "Go out and take a rample"
To fall violently and suddenly; to trip.
"I rampled down the stairs this morning and broke my head open."
for a female to render a male helpless with a kind of coldly, elusive sexuality
Isla will rample any attractive man she meets.
A women with boobs that look like skateboard ramps from the side.
Cathryn looks okay from the front, but from the side, you can really see her ramples.
1: to get rambunciously drunk with 4-8 people in one place then be kicked out only to imediatly go satisfy one's need for the rowdyness to continue and, more imortantly, one's craving for greasy food.
After we were ejected from the kareoke bar a bunch of us rampled to the all-night mexican food place.