n.1.A rioter.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The answers to such questions sparked a controversy between Washington Post correspondent Julia Preston and Riotour, the state tourism agency, turning a "lighthearted" look at Rio into a debate on the city's image and bully tactics against the foreign press.
stroake her with an Ashen poale and bare her vp against the walles of the saide Chamber and stroake her vppon her neck & face & grayned [throttled] her vp by her throate and that done they the said riotours & disordered persons most violentlie did take her the said Margaret one of your highnes said Subiectes and threw her vppon a heap of wheat then in the said Chamber and moste rudelie barborouslie and shamefullie stripped her the said Margaret starke naked as ever she was borne saveing onelie suffered a paier of hose on her legges that done violentlie threw her the said Margaret downe from of the said Chamber to the ground.
1400) decorated with scenes from "The Pardoner's Tale" of the "riotours" who sought "Deeth." A firm editorial hand might have curbed excessive digressions into literary analysis, biography, and the history of wood engraving.