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Date: 1800-1900
Origin: Probably from rumbustious 'rambunctious' (18-21 centuries)

rambunctious

adjective
     
ram‧bunc‧tious American English
noisy, full of energy, and behaving in a way that cannot be controlled:
three rambunctious kids

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