- n a cruel and brutal fellow
- s disturbing the public peace; loud and rough
- Elections in Japan, which were marred by every kind of rowdyism all over the country, returned a majority of the Kenseikai Party, which stands for parliamentary government, no .
- The preceding week had already seen such huge waves of panic selling that Police Commissioner Grover Whalen stationed an extra 500 cops on the increasingly rowdy streets of New .
- Yes, this is bingo, the game of blue-haired grandmas and church-basement fundraisers, but a drag queen is a drag queen, and if in between N-36 and I-18 your table is being rowdy .
- Lenny DiNardo in 940 News
I beat him, once,DiNardo said. "He's a superstar around here and I'm sure it's going to be a big, rowdy crowd."
- Hank Williams Jr in International Herald Tribune
Hank Williams Jr. said: "I will truly miss Billy. We have all lost one of our best rowdy friends."
- Andy Roddick in SportingNews.com
I think we're expecting a rowdy crowd just based solely on the fact that it sold out in about 17 minutes,Roddick said. "That shows us people here want to be here and they're excited about being here. And so are we."