rumbunctious

rumbunctious

(rʌmˈbʌŋkʃəs)
adj
a variant form of rambunctious
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Worse was the first night of a residential, with a rumbunctious group all ready for some all-night fun and amid it all a phone call to say that my grandmother had died.
This rumbunctious Western just about hits the mark thanks to its charismatic cast.
PETER MAKIN, whose horses have been under the weather for much of the year, is making a late-season charge and his across-the-card double, comprised of Rumbunctious here and Spencers Wood at Hamilton, was further evidence that the stable is worth following in the coming weeks, writes Will O'Hanlon.
However, if Rumbunctious, Super Trouper and Iona had been ridden more positively in the fillies race and Magic Moon, Kalambari and Classic Example had not left things so late in the colts' race, things may well not have been quite so one sided.
Alas, a less than rumbunctious rumba saw her taking an early bow and she was eliminated from the show in its second week.
Frthe blustering stutter of the Buff Medways to the pin-sharp seething of Ikara Colt, there's scratchy guitars which Bogshed would be proud of and some rumbunctious fuzz bass.
The Newcastle-born boss of one of the country's most successful pantomime production companies is well used to bringing not just order but art, and a profitable business too, out of the seeming chaos mounting before what is undoubtedly the most rumbunctious, boisterous and animated form of stage drama.
Elsewhere, Thomas shows his jazz chops on some rumbunctious instrumentals which share the spirit of Steely Dan.
two furlongs out, before her late run deprived Peter Makin of a winner with handicap debutante Rumbunctious.