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Origin of rambunctious
OTHER WORDS FROM rambunctiousram·bunc·tious·ly, adverbram·bunc·tious·ness, noun
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Example sentences from the Web for rambunctious
She is one of the most scintillating scorers in college hoops — with a rambunctious personality to match her flashy pro-style game.
Everyone is silent except for one person, who is being very loud and rambunctious.Miss Manners: How inclusive should I be in my obit?|Judith Martin, Nicholas Martin, Jacobina Martin|March 12, 2021|Washington Post
Coming in at 1,496,070 likes, the most popular Instagram of the year belongs to that rambunctious singing man-child Justin Bieber.
Was this as a rehabilitation of a man best known for his rambunctious disdain for Arabs, particularly Palestinians?
But Gardner would never have sent one-of-a-kind, fragile plates to the rambunctious little “sprite” of the White House.
The assembly has gained a reputation for being rambunctious, as political rivalries play out behind closed doors.Islamists, Salafists & Liberals Clash Over Bid for New Egypt Constitution|Mike Giglio|November 5, 2012|DAILY BEAST
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
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
She was so strong in the wrists and fingers that she could hold them when they were rambunctious.The Seven Darlings|Gouverneur Morris
"Just back from the city, and more rambunctious than ever," said Mrs. Hewitt briskly.The Wishing-Ring Man|Margaret Widdemer
Wraiths now have a rambunctious vitality and self-assurance that are astonishing.Famous Modern Ghost Stories|Various
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