rowdyism


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row·dy

 (rou′dē)
adj. row·di·er, row·di·est
Disorderly; rough: rowdy teenagers; a rowdy beer party.
n. pl. row·dies
A rough, disorderly person.

[Probably from row.]

row′di·ly adv.
row′di·ness n.
row′dy·ism n.

rowdyism

(ˈraʊdɪɪzəm)
n
rowdy behaviour or tendencies or a habitual pattern of rowdy behaviour: the problem of rowdyism at football matches.

row•dy•ism

(ˈraʊ diˌɪz əm)

n.
rough, disorderly behavior; rowdiness.

rowdyism

noisy, quarrelsome, or disorderly conduct or behavior. — rowdy, n., adj.
See also: Behavior
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.rowdyism - rowdy behavior
disorder - a disturbance of the peace or of public order
Translations

rowdyism

[ˈraʊdɪɪzəm] Ndisturbios mpl

rowdyism

[ˈraʊdiɪzəm] ntapage m, chahut m

rowdyism

n (Brit) → Rowdytum nt

rowdyism

[ˈraʊdɪɪzm] nteppismo
References in classic literature ?
Such a perfect jam of people I have not often seen--but there was no noise, no disorder, no rowdyism.
You'd soon have thrown up all this rowdyism that you indulge in now, and you'd have settled down to quiet, steady money-making, because you have little education; and here you'd have stayed just like your father before you.
Heavy police contingent and army rushed to the spot and the police have arrested ten persons of both groups for creating rowdyism.
The court also has taken a very serious note of the large-scale rowdyism displayed on the streets during the daylong Bihar shutdown called by the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), an alliance partner of the Kumar-led JD-U government, on Monday and asked the chief secretary to explain, "Was this shutdown supported by the state government?
Especially those in Parliament if the rowdyism that goes on during Prime Minister's Questions is anything to go by.
KABUL (PAN): A meeting of the Afghan Millat party on nominating a candidate for next year's presidential ballot was marred by rowdyism and physical clashes in Kabul on Monday.
That's not to imply that we have huge problems with under-age drinking and rowdyism, but I think it would be fair to say that it would be difficult to venture out on a Saturday night in any of our towns and cities and not encounter some sort of anti-social behaviour.
The Prime Minister said that the un-parliamentary protest by PML (N) suggested that they had nothing convincing to put forward and that is why they resorted to rowdyism.
In 1980 it was brought to the notice of Yarm Parish Council that there was rowdyism and fighting on Friday and Saturday nights outside the fish and chip shop.
When New Labour came to power in 1997, they took up and amplified the conservative "zero tolerance" discourse that regards incivilities and nuisance behavior such as drinking in public, rowdyism, and begging as reliable indicators of future crime.
His time at Queen's was not happy--his predecessor had left under a cloud, there was opposition to his succession to the post, faculty opponents co-opted students, who harassed Bell with classroom rowdyism, all of which he met with insistence on the Administration's support and regularization of his appointed 'interim' status and remuneration.
There was no rowdyism and no drunkenness', the author declares, 'although had we accepted all the cana [rum] that was offered there certainly would have been'.