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1 The meeting broke up amid rowdy scenes.
2 A rowdy group of boys ran through the streets.
3 He has complained to the police about rowdy neighbours.
4 The party was ruined by a couple of rowdy gatecrashers.
5 They were being extremely rowdy and the manager had to ask them to leave.
6 The meeting was a somewhat rowdy affair.
7 His fruity tenor boomed above the hubbub at rowdy election meetings, at Labour Party conferences, even at formal banquets.
8 But like a lot of his rowdy friends, he is settling down.
9 It's like an Electric Ballroom gig: rowdy, bawdy, hands outstretched, fingers touching,(www.Sentencedict.com) bodies crushing.
10 No kin to speak of, except for that rowdy bunch in Ireland, of course.
11 Our fans may be a little rowdy, but they don't throw things.
12 Pans and scans: Rowdy Gaines gets my vote as best analyst at these Games thus far.
13 He is a pleasant child, but often rowdy, disobedient and rough with others.
14 The crack troops' annual knees-up became so rowdy, police were forced to raid it.
15 They were thrown out of the bar for rowdy behaviour.
16 There had been eight of them, a jolly, rowdy party in the respectable Southsea restaurant.
17 When they were rowdy and rude, I kept whole classes for detention.
18 Five strapping boys were carrying one of the rowdy rugby supporters against her will in the direction of the car park.
19 They were chucked out of the pub for being too rowdy.
20 I have to sit on the class when they get too rowdy.
21 It's no laughing matter having to walk by a group of rowdy drunks every night just to get home.
22 Sefton councillors this week stripped the club of its entertainments licence after being handed a police dossier detailing violent and rowdy incidents.
23 The rivalry between the two teams was strong, and Bird Arena drew a rowdy, beer-drinking crowd.
24 Like teenagers the world over, they were energetic, challenging, rowdy, sometimes lazy and always questioning.
25 The women at the sidelines of the rugby match had become very rowdy indeed.
26 The eldritch gulls, who navigate with their far-flung friends the rowdy sea-air above London, complicated the dream.
27 A group of three men including, he said, the appellant, were being rowdy.
28 It was in the publican's interest to keep the constable sweet, to help with rowdy customers.
29 Together they have lived out a day, from quiet morning to rowdy late evening.
30 He seemed to think that the others were too rowdy, too greedy.