riotousness

  • 1 riotousness — riotous ► ADJECTIVE 1) marked by or involving public disorder. 2) involving wild and uncontrolled behaviour. 3) having a vivid, varied appearance. DERIVATIVES riotously adverb riotousness noun …

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  • 2 Riotousness — Riotous Ri ot*ous, a. [OF. rioteux.] 1. Involving, or engaging in, riot; wanton; unrestrained; luxurious. [1913 Webster] The younger son . . . took his journey into a far country, and there wasted his substance with riotous living. Luke xv. 13.… …

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  • 3 riotousness — noun see riotous …

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  • 4 riotousness — See riotously. * * * …

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  • 5 riotousness — noun The state or condition of being riotous …

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  • 6 riotousness — raɪətÉ™snɪs n. wildness, state of being uncontrollable; noisiness, boisterousness; funniness, hilariousness; wantonness, licentiousness …

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  • 7 riotousness — ri·ot·ous·ness …

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  • 8 riotousness — See: riotous …

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  • 9 riotousness — noun ( es) : the quality, state, or habit of being riotous …

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  • 10 Economies — economy e*con o*my ([ e]*k[o^]n [ o]*m[y^]), n.; pl. {Economies} ([ e]*k[o^]n [ o]*m[i^]z). [F. [ e]conomie, L. oeconomia household management, fr. Gr. o ikonomi a, fr. o ikono mos one managing a household; o i^kos house (akin to L. vicus village …

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  • 11 economy — e*con o*my ([ e]*k[o^]n [ o]*m[y^]), n.; pl. {Economies} ([ e]*k[o^]n [ o]*m[i^]z). [F. [ e]conomie, L. oeconomia household management, fr. Gr. o ikonomi a, fr. o ikono mos one managing a household; o i^kos house (akin to L. vicus village, E.… …

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  • 12 Political economy — economy e*con o*my ([ e]*k[o^]n [ o]*m[y^]), n.; pl. {Economies} ([ e]*k[o^]n [ o]*m[i^]z). [F. [ e]conomie, L. oeconomia household management, fr. Gr. o ikonomi a, fr. o ikono mos one managing a household; o i^kos house (akin to L. vicus village …

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  • 13 riotous — adjective Date: 15th century 1. a. of the nature of a riot ; turbulent b. participating in riot 2. abundant, exuberant < the garden was riotous with flowers > • riotously adverb • riotousness …

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  • 14 Vox populi — Voice of the people redirects here. For other uses, see Voice of the people (disambiguation). Man on the street redirects here. For the Dollhouse episode, see Man on the Street. For other uses, see Vox populi (disambiguation). Vox populi (… …

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  • 15 Crash 'n' Burn — Infobox Film name = Crash n Burn image size = caption = director = Ross McLaren producer = writer = narrator = starring = The Boyfriends Dead Boys Diodes Teenage Head Stiv Bators Cheetah Chrome music = The Boyfriends Dead Boys Diodes Teenage Head …

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  • 16 riotous — riotously, adv. riotousness, n. /ruy euh teuhs/, adj. 1. (of an act) characterized by or of the nature of rioting or a disturbance of the peace. 2. (of a person) inciting or taking part in a riot. 3. given to or marked by unrestrained revelry;… …

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  • 17 satyr — satyric /seuh tir ik/, satyrical, adj. satyrlike, adj. /say teuhr, sat euhr/, n. 1. Class. Myth. one of a class of woodland deities, attendant on Bacchus, represented as part human, part horse, and sometimes part goat and noted for riotousness… …

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  • 18 tumultuous — tumultuously, adv. tumultuousness, n. /tooh mul chooh euhs, tyooh /, adj. 1. full of tumult or riotousness; marked by disturbance and uproar: a tumultuous celebration. 2. raising a great clatter and commotion; disorderly or noisy: a tumultuous… …

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  • 19 Crash 'n' Burn (1977 film) — For other uses, see Crash and Burn (disambiguation). Crash n Burn Directed by Ross McLaren Starring The Boyfriends Dead Boys Diodes Teenage Head Stiv Bators Cheetah Chrome …

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  • 20 abandon — Synonyms and related words: abandonment, abjection, abjure, abort, abscond, acknowledge defeat, ardency, ardor, back out, beat a retreat, beg a truce, beg off, belay, boundlessness, bow out, break the habit, brush aside, brush off, cancel,… …

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