[ UK /ɹˈa‍ʊdɪnəs/ ]
[ US /ˈɹaʊdinəs/ ]
  1. rowdy behavior
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How To Use rowdiness In A Sentence

  • The accident emergency department was expecting a busy night with incidents that staff said were usually caused by rowdiness, alcohol and drugs.
  • Incidents of vandalism, rowdiness and violence on trains and railway platforms have been well documented in the pages of the Keighley News.
  • Under new laws, pubs will be able to apply to stay open longer which it is hoped will curb some of the excessive drinking and rowdiness under the current system.
  • He was a pretty big guy, who would make a point of approaching any crowd of rowdies, who would generally demonstrate their rowdiness by what was then called ‘mopery’, which basically meant being publicly unintimidated. Matthew Yglesias » What if Bernanke Isn’t Reconfirmed
  • Both towns have problems with alcohol-related rowdiness.
  • Drink and drugs and rowdiness are destroying the place.
  • Ejections and suspensions of members for rowdiness or unparliamentary language are usually not meted out against Ministers, despite the fact that they are often amongst the worst offenders.
  • Children are rarely scolded, though rowdiness is sometimes criticized.
  • It is true that the festivities were prone to periodically degenerate into rowdiness, but they also had a very positive aspect in affirming and renewing social ties. Matthew Yglesias » The War on Christmas: The Early Years
  • Throughout the meal, the footmen had been replenishing wine bottles and refreshing beer glasses with brisk regularity, the steady supply of alcohol charging the expectant atmosphere with a soupçon of ruddy-faced plebeian rowdiness.
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