like or characteristic of a rowdy.
disposed to or characterized by rowdyism.
noun 1. rough, disorderly behavior. noun 1. rowdy behaviour or tendencies or a habitual pattern of rowdy behaviour: the problem of rowdyism at football matches
noun 1. Nicholas, 1674–1718, British poet and dramatist, poet laureate 1715–18. noun 1. Nicholas. 1674–1718, English dramatist, who produced the first critical edition of Shakespeare; poet laureate (1715–18). His plays include Tamerlane (1702) and The Fair Penitent (1703)
noun 1. a number of persons or things arranged in a line, especially a straight line: a row of apple trees. 2. a line of persons or things so arranged: The petitioners waited in a row. 3. a line of adjacent seats facing the same way, as in a theater: seats in the third row […]
noun 1. a small wheel with radiating points, forming the extremity of a spur. 2. Veterinary Medicine. a piece of leather or the like inserted beneath the skin of a horse or other animal to promote drainage of an infection. verb (used with object), roweled, roweling or (especially British) rowelled, rowelling. 3. to prick or […]