• WordNet 3.6
    • adv rowdily in a rowdy manner "the crowd got drunk and started to behave rowdily"
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In literature:

When my moose-meat spluttered rowdily in the frying-pan, I noticed old Ebbits's nostrils twitch and distend as he caught the food-scent.
"Love of Life and Other Stories" by Jack London
The beans bubbled rowdily on the front lid, and he pushed the pot back to a cooler surface.
"The God of His Fathers" by Jack London