Rowdyish

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • a Rowdyish Resembling a rowdy in temper or conduct; characteristic of a rowdy.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • rowdyish Belonging to or characteristic of a rowdy; characterized by or disposed to rowdyism: as, rowdyish conduct; rowdyish boys.
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Usage

In literature:

Far more than mature Jerry, was mature Michael playful and rowdyish.
"Michael, Brother of Jerry" by Jack London
A rowdyish cap completed the uniform.
"The Wrong Twin" by Harry Leon Wilson
He was at white heat, fighting mad, and cared little what he said to these rowdyish intruders.
"The Grammar School Boys Snowbound" by H. Irving Hancock
All the children of the neighborhood, except the most rowdyish, flocked to Morgan Chapel at least once a week.
"The Promised Land" by Mary Antin
They had no idea that the crowd about the pavilion was rowdyish.
"The Corner House Girls on a Tour" by Grace Brooks Hill
Noisy, rowdyish; a noisy, blustering person.
"The Güegüence; A Comedy Ballet in the Nahuatl-Spanish Dialect of Nicaragua" by Daniel G. Brinton
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