Definition Of rowdy

noun

a noisy and disorderly person.

All rowdies go there, and the watchman had so many skirmishes with them.

noisy and disorderly.

it was a rowdy but good-natured crowd

Example Of rowdy

  • A clampdown on late night rowdyism and vandalism has been promised this week by the authorities in Laois.

  • Again, in an exercise hall where supervision was inadequate, the senior pupils would wantonly throw down the juniors or pick quarrels, so that jujitsu was despised as something that made rowdies of young men.

  • All rowdies go there, and the watchman had so many skirmishes with them.

  • Anarchist, of course, has become a media code word for punk-and-hippie anti-capitalist rowdies .

  • As an ex-bouncer, let me point out from experience that getting through a crowd like that is virtually impossible, especially when it's a drunk and rowdily cheerful crowd.


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