(of an act) characterized by or of the nature of rioting or a disturbance of the peace.
(of a person) inciting or taking part in a riot.
given to or marked by unrestrained revelry; loose; wanton:
boisterous or uproarious:
proceeding from or of the nature of riots or rioting
inciting to riot
characterized by wanton or lascivious revelry: riotous living
characterized by boisterous or unrestrained merriment: riotous laughter
noun 1. a noisy, violent public disorder caused by a group or crowd of persons, as by a crowd protesting against another group, a government policy, etc., in the streets. 2. Law. a disturbance of the public peace by three or more persons acting together in a disrupting and tumultuous manner in carrying out their […]
noun, plural risibilities. 1. Often, risibilities. the ability or disposition to laugh; humorous awareness of the ridiculous and absurd. 2. laughter. noun (pl) -ties 1. a tendency to laugh 2. hilarity; laughter
adjective 1. causing or capable of causing laughter; laughable; ludicrous. 2. having the ability, disposition, or readiness to laugh. 3. pertaining to or connected with laughing. adjective 1. having a tendency to laugh 2. causing laughter; ridiculous
adjective 1. advancing, ascending, or mounting: rising smoke. 2. growing or advancing to adult years: the rising generation. adverb, Informal. 3. somewhat more than: The crop came to rising 6000 bushels. 4. in approach of; almost; well-nigh: a lad rising sixteen. noun 5. the act of a person or thing that rises. 6. an insurrection; […]