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riotous

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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riotousri‧ot‧ous /ˈraɪətəs/ adjective [usually before noun] formal  1 LOUD/NOISYnoisy, exciting, and enjoyable in an uncontrolled way syn wild a riotous party2 SCCCONTROL#noisy or violent, especially in a public place Their riotous behaviour led to their arrest.riotously adverb
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riotousBut their efforts at conversation became increasingly difficult as the surrounding house party grew more and more riotous.riotous behaviorThe riotous celebration continued late into the night.It was a memorable night of riotous jollity.Evidently he did not expect to give riotous or alcoholic parties at times when the tutor might be in.The couple were spotted doing a raunchy snake dance in a nightclub after Peta attended a riotous party he threw.
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