noun row·dy·dow \ˈrau̇dēˌdau̇\
variants: or



Definition of rowdydow



  1. 1 :  noisy excitement :  hubbub, to-do piqued by all the ruffle and rowdydow — M. G. Bishop

  2. 2a :  a noisy disturbance or spirited contest :  brawl, fight b :  a boisterous party :  spree

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Origin and Etymology of rowdydow

irregular from 6row

First Known Use: 1845

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a brief usually trivial fact

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