Don't be rowdyish, or get the reputation of being a drunken fellow.
They had no idea that the crowd about the pavilion was rowdyish.
Generally they were rather brusque and rowdyish, and to the polite Mexicans they appeared even more so than they really were.
Far more than mature Jerry, was mature Michael playful and rowdyish.
He was at white heat, fighting mad, and cared little what he said to these rowdyish intruders.
Four or five of the rowdyish crowd picked up sticks that they had carried through the forest that afternoon.
They were a noisy, turbulent mob, cheered on by like rowdyish sympathizers lining the pavements.
He wanted to see the boy who had left the office with the man "well-dressed, rowdyish, foppish."
All the children of the neighborhood, except the most rowdyish, flocked to Morgan Chapel at least once a week.
It seemed probable that I should be shopped by Mrs. Effie for what she had been led to believe was my rowdyish behaviour.