like or characteristic of a rowdy.
disposed to or characterized by rowdyism.
- row·dy·ish·ly, adverb
- row·dy·ish·ness, noun
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How to use rowdyish in a sentence
All the children of the neighborhood, except the most rowdyish, flocked to Morgan Chapel at least once a week.The Promised Land | Mary Antin
He wanted to see the boy who had left the office with the man "well-dressed, rowdyish, foppish."Make or Break | Oliver Optic
Don't be rowdyish, or get the reputation of being a drunken fellow.The College Freshman's Don't Book | George Fullerton Evans
They had no idea that the crowd about the pavilion was rowdyish.The Corner House Girls on a Tour | Grace Brooks Hill
Her manner was studiedly rowdyish, her speech marred by slang; she loved only a few persons in the world besides herself.The Heart of Rachael | Kathleen Norris