riotously


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ri·ot·ous

 (rī′ət-əs)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or resembling a riot.
2. Participating in or inciting to riot or uproar.
3. Uproarious; boisterous: a riotous party.
4. Dissolute; wanton: riotous living.
5. Abundant or luxuriant: a riotous growth.

ri′ot·ous·ly adv.
ri′ot·ous·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.riotously - in a tumultuous and riotous mannerriotously - in a tumultuous and riotous manner; "the crowd was demonstrating tumultuously"
2.riotously - in an exuberant manner; "the exuberantly baroque decoration of the church"
Translations
بصورةٍ صاخِبَه، بِشَغَب
hlučně
løssluppent
lázadóan
ofsalega
isyan edercesine

riotously

[ˈraɪətəslɪ] ADVbulliciosamente, ruidosamente
riotously funnydivertidísimo

riotously

[ˈraɪətəsli] adv
riotously funny → tordant(e)riot police nunités fpl antiémeutesriot shield nbouclier m antiémeutesriot squad nbrigade f antiémeutes

riotously

adv behave, livewild; it was riotously funny (inf)es war zum Schreien (inf)

riotously

[ˈraɪətəslɪ] advsfrenatamente
riotously funny → che fa crepare dal ridere

riot

(ˈraiət) noun
a noisy disturbance created by a usually large group of people. The protest march developed into a riot.
verb
to form or take part in a riot. The protesters were rioting in the street.
ˈrioter noun
ˈriotous adjective
1. starting, or likely to start, a riot. a riotous crowd.
2. very active, noisy and cheerful. a riotous party.
ˈriotously adverb
ˈriotousness noun
run riot
to behave wildly; to go out of control.
References in classic literature ?
With what a ghastly rapture, as it were, too mighty to be expressed only by the eye and features, and therefore bursting forth through the whole ugliness of his figure, and making itself even riotously manifest by the extravagant gestures with which he threw up his arms towards the ceiling, and stamped his foot upon the floor
At any time it is a strange sight to the tyro to see with what wondrous habitude of unconscious skill the whaleman will maintain an erect posture in his boat, even when pitched about by the most riotously perverse and cross-running seas.
And they, forgetting their home and friends, henceforth live riotously with Comus.
So he does not and I do, and I have to make up for it by not indulging all too riotously in new clothes, which is no doubt very chastening.
Sometimes they went hungry, sometimes they feasted riotously, all according to the abundance of game and the fortune of hunting.
The knowledge that I loved her rushed upon me with the terror, and with both emotions gripping at my heart and causing my blood at the same time to chill and to leap riotously, I felt myself drawn by a power without me and beyond me, and found my eyes returning against my will to gaze into the eyes of Wolf Larsen.
The Wearsiders' biggest crowd of the season - 40,748 - riotously cheered as Sunderland registered their 12th win from 15 unbeaten games since the turn of the year.
Yet the pint-sized Millwall boss would probably be happy to drop them and riotously bare his bottom to the millions of viewers should his side emulate Liverpool's 2001 upset over Arsenal at the Millennium Stadium tomorrow.
While Claudio Ranieri and his Chelsea players were celebrating riotously at Highbury on Tuesday night, the Arsenal dressing-room was like a morgue.
Valerian (a sleeping aid) blooms riotously side by side with spearmint (good for digestion).
For me though, the real star of this pleasant little movie is Rebecca Front who, as Suzie's histrionic mother, is riotously funny.
So he negotiates that fine margin, yelling, stomping about, riotously celebrating his big plays (which have been many this year), grinding an opponent into the turf until the very instant of the first whistle - well, maybe a little bit after.