Thesaurus / rowdy

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He seems merely to be rowdy in Ireland when he is really carrying the war into Africa—or England.

George Bernard ShawGilbert K. Chesterton

There were circumstances, however, which kept away the rowdy and desperado element who usually make for a newly opened goldfield.

The Great Boer WarArthur Conan Doyle

It is discipline that converts a rowdy British youngster into the glorious British Tommy that he is.

A rowdy gang of full five hundred armed mutineers marched up and hustled the mob right and left as they forced a way to the gate.

The Red YearLouis Tracy

It was usually so—either the conversation was violent and rowdy or nothing was said at all.

Combed OutFritz August Voigt

There was no rowdy "revelry by night" to spoil the memory of the occasion.

Football DaysWilliam H. Edwards

Rowdy, who had been trying to make himself very small indeed, now emerged from his hiding place again to join the watchers.

Rowdy rode up alongside, remembering uncomfortably his prolonged shouting.

Rowdy of the Cross LB.M. Sinclair, AKA B.M. Bower

Scarcely had he gotten into a quiet sleep before Rowdy came to his bunk and insisted on making himself a bed fellow of the boy.

He is now in the crowded City, trying to arrange to have his rowdy Parents come on and take the Cure.

Ade's FablesGeorge Ade

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