Definition of Riotousness. Meaning of Riotousness. Synonyms of Riotousness

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Definition of Riotousness

Riotousness
Riotous Ri"ot*ous, a. [OF. rioteux.] 1. Involving, or engaging in, riot; wanton; unrestrained; luxurious. The younger son . . . took his journey into a far country, and there wasted his substance with riotous living. --Luke xv. 13. 2. Partaking of the nature of an unlawful assembly or its acts; seditious. -- Ri"ot*ous*ly, adv. -- Ri"ot*ous*ness, n.

Meaning of Riotousness from wikipedia

- Riotous ****embly is the debut novel of British comic writer Tom Sharpe, written and originally published in 1971. Set in the fictitious South African...
- endeavoured to defame the prince. It may be that the tradition of Henry's riotous youth, immortalised by Shakespeare, is partly due to political enmity....
- po****rity spread, a frenzied adulation of the group took hold. Greeted with riotous enthusiasm by screaming fans, the press dubbed the phenomenon "Beatlemania"...
- the Royal Military College, Sandhurst, but was expelled in June for a "riotous act of retaliation" against a fellow student. During the First World War...
- killing several protesters and setting off a series of violent events. Riotous crowds carried out arson attacks on British banks, killed several British...
- Riotous ****embly may refer to: riot, a form of civil disorder Riotous ****embly, a play by Tom Sharpe...
- Billy Connolly 1977 – Raw Meat for the Balcony! 1978 – Anthology 1979 – Riotous ****embly 1981 – The Pick of Billy Connolly (compilation) 1983 – A Change...
- Chronicle Books. ISBN 978-1-4521-2180-2. McLagan, Ian (2000). All the Rage: A Riotous Romp Through Rock and Roll History. New York: St. Martin's Press. ISBN 978-0-8230-7842-4...
- are considering drastic measures to curb the increasing tendency toward riotous attacks on goal posts and other encroachments by spectators on playing...
- The Riotous ****emblies Act, Act No 17 of 1956 in South Africa (taking effect 16 March) prohibited gatherings in open-air public places if the Minister...
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