Examples of riotous in a Sentence
a riotous profusion of flowers
his riotous mugging always has everyone in hysterics
Recent Examples of riotous from the Web
The cash customers fanned to fever heat by the ardor and closeness of combat gave outlet to all kinds of riotous impulses.
Barcelona, inspired by Neymar's brilliance and a riotous Nou Camp, rallied to lead 3-1 with just three minutes of normal time remaining whilst still needing three goals to progress.
Santiago de Cuba is known by locals to host the country’s most riotous celebration in July, but Havana Carnival remains the largest and most popular with travelers.
So for the first year, every morning at 3:30, the founders visited a riotous wholesale fruits and vegetable market to buy produce, then picked up other items from a wholesaler.
As the daughters, Kathryn Newton, Geraldine Viswanathan and Gideon Adlon convey a feeling of emotional hesitation alongside a riotous sense of adventure.
In the Notting Hill, London, townhouse of Nikki Tibbles, a florist, petal-pink walls play off riotous botanical-themed curtains, pillows, couches and throws.
While chaos and riotous behavior reigned in the last hours before Prohibition, the reaction was somewhat subdued in Indianapolis and around the country.
Director Wes Ball opens the new film with a speeding-train heist and later unleashes falling buildings, riotous chaos, airborne buses and more action-film extravaganza than in the previous Maze Runner films.
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First Known Use of riotous
antic, chucklesome, comedic, comic, comical, droll, farcical, funny, hilarious, humorous, hysterical (also hysteric), killing, laughable, ludicrous, ridiculous, risible, screaming, sidesplitting, uproarious;
RIOTOUS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of riotous for English Language Learners
of a group of people : behaving in a violent and uncontrolled way
: very exciting, fun, or full of energy
: existing or occurring in large amounts
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