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Definition of "rowdier" [rowdier]

  • Comparative form of rowdy: more rowdy (adjective)

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Use "rowdier" in a sentence
  • "The point is that Kentucky starts three freshmen and that they sometimes do silly things -- like pick up a foul, walk to the bench and motion to an already rowdy road crowd to get rowdier, which is something DeMarcus Cousins did Saturday."
  • "My laugh has always been rambunctious and it became rowdier when I occasionally slammed down a beer or two before commencing Claus work."
  • "I also play the fiddle, and one of my greatest pleasures is jamming with other Celtic musicians - the rowdier the gathering, the better."
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