hooliganism


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hoo·li·gan

 (ho͞o′lĭ-gən)
n.
A tough and aggressive or violent youth.

[Origin unknown.]

hoo′li·gan·ism n.

hooliganism

lawless behavior or conduct typical of a hooligan.
See also: Behavior
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hooliganism - willful wanton and malicious destruction of the property of othershooliganism - willful wanton and malicious destruction of the property of others
destruction, devastation - the termination of something by causing so much damage to it that it cannot be repaired or no longer exists
mischief, mischief-making, devilment, roguery, shenanigan, roguishness, devilry, deviltry, mischievousness, rascality - reckless or malicious behavior that causes discomfort or annoyance in others

hooliganism

noun delinquency, violence, disorder, vandalism, rowdiness, loutishness, yobbishness police investigating football hooliganism
Translations
أعْمال إجْراميَّه
chuligánství
hooliganisme
huliganizmus
óspektir; spellvirki
chuligánstvo
holiganizmsaldırganlıkserserilik

hooliganism

[ˈhuːlɪgənɪzəm] Ngamberrismo m

hooliganism

[ˈhuːlɪgənɪzəm] nhooliganisme m
football hooliganism → le hooliganisme dans le football

hooliganism

nRowdytum nt

hooliganism

[ˈhuːlɪgənɪzm] nteppismo

hooligan

(ˈhuːligən) noun
a young violent, destructive or badly-behaved person.
ˈhooliganism noun
violent or destructive behaviour especially by young people.
References in classic literature ?
Equatorial work at low levels is trying enough in all conscience without the added terrors of scientific hooliganism in the Doldrums.
It seemed to be one of those senseless acts of Hooliganism which occur from time to time, and it was reported to the constable on the beat as such.
An ad hoc enquiry committee in Bulgariaas parliament on Tuesday granted the Chief Prosecutoras request to lift the immunity of two lawmakers from nationalist Ataka party to face charges of hooliganism.
At a time when football hooliganism is on the rise, the last thing we need in the game is to be soft on it.
The degree to which this hooliganism manifests itself in public is the only thing that differs.
He then played a hard-hitting film that displayed in all its ugliness one of the threats that faces Arab sports and society today - Hooliganism in Sports, according to UAE News Agency (WAM).
THE jury in the Hillsborough inquests was shown footage of football hooliganism in the 1980s.
ARTICULATE goalkeepers, Elton John appearing on the radio and Margaret Thatcher giving an interview to Shoot football magazine were all ideas mooted as part of a campaign to tackle hooliganism.
KENNY Dalglish has been questioned at the inquests into the Hillsborough disaster about the behaviour of Liverpool fans and hooliganism.
Federal Information Minister Pervez Rasheed appreciated Geo News team for performing professional duties, saying that journalists have to face threats and hooliganism by political parties.
A government bill to tackle hooliganism aims to lift fan anonymity but there is no intention of keeping records on people, Justice Minister Ionas Nicolaou said on Wednesday.
Unruly fans would face a prison term and a fine under a legislation which is aimed at keeping sports events free of hooliganism.