Examples of rumbustious in a Sentence
while American university debates tend to be sedate affairs, their counterparts in Oxford are wholeheartedly rumbustious
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The rumbustious suffragettes are relegated to small etchings on the new statue’s plinth, a marginalisation that hints at lingering unease with their methods.
Nor does everyone in the government identify with the rumbustious Mr Salvini.
On a sunny afternoon at the Alessandro Volta junior-middle school in Latina, 50km south of Rome, Massimo Alvisi, who teaches digital literacy, runs through some of the topics the rumbustious children in front of him have covered this year.
Formerly a thuggish one-party dictatorship under martial law, over three decades Taiwan has transformed itself into a vibrant democracy that is notable for being decent, prosperous and civil, albeit with wildly rumbustious politics.
Across much of the economy, Communist officials preside over rumbustious capitalism.
This red-bricked pub was busy, but were none of the usually rumbustious chants and songs that usher in the start of big games here.
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