Rowdydow \Row"dy*dow\, n. Hubbub; uproar. [Vulgar] [1913 Webster]

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  • rowdydow — noun or row de dow ˈrau̇dēˌdau̇ ( s) Etymology: irregular from row (VI) 1. : noisy excitement : hubbub, to do …   Useful english dictionary

  • rowdydow — row·dy·dow …   English syllables

  • rumpus — n 1. commotion, uproar, fracas, confusion, disturbance; tumult, storm, affray, ado, bedlam, mayhem, Inf. shindy, rowdydow, hoo ha, Inf. foofaraw; pother, stir, brouhaha, Fr. tohu bohu; melee, brawl, rough house, free for all, Sl. rumble, rout,… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • hubbub — [n] commotion, disorder babel, bedlam, brouhaha*, clamor, confusion, din, disturbance, fuss, hassle, hell broke loose*, hue and cry*, hullabaloo*, hurly burly*, jangle, noise, pandemonium, racket, riot, rowdydow*, ruckus, ruction, rumpus, to do* …   New thesaurus

  • rowdydowdy — |rau̇dē|dau̇dē adjective Etymology: irregular from rowdydow : boisterous, vulgar …   Useful english dictionary

  • row-de-dow — noun see rowdydow …   Useful english dictionary

  • rowdedow — rowdedowˈ or rowdydowˈ noun Hubbub • • • Main Entry: ↑row dow …   Useful english dictionary

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