Words nearby rambunctious
Origin of rambunctious
OTHER WORDS FROM rambunctiousram·bunc·tious·ly, adverbram·bunc·tious·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for rambunctious
Coming in at 1,496,070 likes, the most popular Instagram of the year belongs to that rambunctious singing man-child Justin Bieber.
He swept into power as a rambunctious, self-styled revolutionary, ending a 40-year drought for House Republicans.How Newt Gingrich Crashed and Burned When He Was House Speaker|Howard Kurtz, Lois Romano|December 27, 2011|DAILY BEAST
But some parents are embracing the idea that meditation can calm their rambunctious young children.
Rambunctious Joe and quiet Katherine seemed an odd match but they married in 1949, when she was 19, and moved to Gary, Indiana.
Wraiths now have a rambunctious vitality and self-assurance that are astonishing.Famous Modern Ghost Stories|Various
Just because I don't like rambunctious play doesn't mean I want to sleep all the time!Marjorie at Seacote|Carolyn Wells
She was so strong in the wrists and fingers that she could hold them when they were rambunctious.The Seven Darlings|Gouverneur Morris
There had been no cowboys watching the steers, for the corral had always been strong enough to hold the most rambunctious.Lords of the Stratosphere|Arthur J. Burks
There seemed to be more than twenty of them; that, though, was due to the flitting movements of their rambunctious forms.Local Color|Irvin S. Cobb