rantipole


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rantipole

(ˈræntɪˌpəʊl)
adj
wild, reckless, boisterous
n
a rantipole person
vb (intr)
to be wild, reckless, or boisterous, to behave like a rantipole
References in classic literature ?
This rantipole hero had for some time singled out the blooming Katrina for the object of his uncouth gallantries, and though his amorous toyings were something like the gentle caresses and endearments ofa bear, yet it was whispered that she did not altogether discourage his hopes.
Three Tuns beers, which includes XXX, Cleric's Cure, Rantipole and Old Scrooge, are sold throughout the Midlands and Wales and it hopes to expand into other parts of England and Scotland in 2013.
Fearing that her tones had been forgotten by the town she never forsook, and wondering just how I might interest the rantipole youths and roistering blades of Davenport in their native daughter, I took to decorating the men's rooms of that fair city with obscene graffiti about Octave's amative practices.