Examples of hooligan in a Sentence
The windows were broken by a gang of teenage hooligans.
shouldn't you hooligans be in school instead of threatening old ladies?
Recent Examples of hooligan from the Web
But the jeering of Gundogan didn't appear to be restricted to right-wing hooligans.
Russian police have cracked down since, rounding up rowdy fans and warning local hooligans that there will be no tolerance for disturbances.
Russia’s soccer hooligans, usually a vicious group, are nowhere to be seen.
Racially motivated attacks or those on LGBT fans combine with concerns over the safety of English supporters after Russian hooligans caused trouble during the 2016 European Championship in France, clashing with rival supporters.
Violence between Russian and English hooligans in Marseille marred the European Championship in 2016.
Wanting to see that happen more than most were the diehard followers, the hooligans, both in Britain and in the rest of Europe, whose brawling tarnished the game.
Alec Lane, Montecito’s senior class representative, said what is perceived as a school for thugs and hooligans really turned out not to be so scary.
Personal-use hooligan fishing is also ongoing in both Turnagain Arm and Knik Arm.
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HOOLIGAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hooligan for English Language Learners
: a usually young man who does noisy and violent things as part of a group or gang
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