Disorderly; rough: rowdy teenagers; a rowdy beer party. (adjective)
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Use "rowdy" in a sentence
"In fact, he's apologized for what he calls his rowdy, playful behavior, saying it was a mistake."
""Charlie was rowdy from the beginning like he had been drinking prior.""
"Only place i've ever seen a tasting room get a little rowdy is Pindar, but that's because it's so damn big it's more like a bar."