Origin of hooligan
Related formshoo·li·gan·ism, noun
Examples from the Web for hooligan
And then there is Caminero, who remains, quietly simply, a hooligan.
And not a thing had been stolen—not a hooligan had dared enter.Ghetto Comedies|Israel Zangwill
That tickled the crowd, too; she was such a charming little pink-cheeked specimen of a hooligan.The Convert|Elizabeth Robins
What sort of a two-faced scoundrel is this Hooligan, that he helps criminals in such work?
The hooligan, who had for a moment drawn near the crowd, was now heading straight for the Cit.The Exploits of Juve|Pierre Souvestre and Marcel Allain
Hooligan told her it wouldn't be necessary for her to say anything, as she could get back to Archer Avenue in the afternoon.