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rambunctious

ram buhngk shuhs

  • s  noisy and lacking in restraint or discipline
    a social gathering that became rambunctious and out of hand

  • The use of "rambunctious" to describe the services held at Trinity is problematic.
  • It is, in fact, a conscientious adaptation of Robert Penn Warren's 1946 Pulitzer prizewinning novel, which was also the basis of a much more rambunctious movie by Robert Rossen .
  • Young Alice, a rambunctious tomboy, considered herself "the outsider in the nursery" and often clashed with her prim stepmother and competed with the rest of the children for her .
News & Articles

  • Sean Hannity Displays Hypocrisy On NSA Surveillance (VIDEO)
    The rambunctious Fox News host on Monday lashed into the Obama administration over the revelations of widespread Internet and phone surveillance by the National Security Agency, warning that "anarchy and tyranny will follow."
    June 13, 2013 - The Huffington Post
  • Retreat helps amputees face challenges
    PITTSBURGH — “I want to climb the rock wall with one arm,” said one of the children at Camp STAR, Summer Time Amputee Retreat, as the campers, some quiet and some rambunctious, sat in a lodge and discussed goals for the week.
    June 11, 2013 - The Toledo Blade
  • Denver Outlaws on MLL goal surge, host Hamilton Nationals for top spot
    Including rambunctious blowouts at home in their past two games, the undefeated Denver Outlaws already have established themselves as the highest-scoring team in Major League Lacrosse.
    June 7, 2013 - Denver Post
Quotes

  • Caitlin Cary in Seattle Post Intelligencer
    The Ryan Adams-fronted Whiskeytown was on an early cover, and violinist Caitlin Cary - described in one article as "the serene presence next to Adams' rambunctious antics" - said she only realized years later the importance of the magazine's story.
  • John McCain in Reuters
    McCain said he arrived at the private boarding school as a "pretty rambunctious boy, with a little bit of a chip on my shoulder."
  • Rick Rhoden in Sierra Sun
    I like it. Aside from the tennis players, we've all played in front of crowds that are rambunctious,Rhoden said. "You know when you go to 17 now, it's going to be loud. It's not like they are going to stop making noise because we want to...

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