Definition of Rowdier

1. Adjective. (comparative of rowdy) ¹



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Definition of Rowdier

1. rowdy [adj] - See also: rowdy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rowdier

row houses
row of bricks
row space
row spaces
rowable
rowan
rowan tree
rowanberries
rowanberry
rowans
rowboat
rowboats
rowdedow
rowdedows
rowdie
rowdier (current term)
rowdies
rowdiest
rowdily
rowdiness
rowdinesses
rowdy
rowdydow
rowdydowdy
rowdydows
rowdyish
rowdyism
rowdyisms
rowed
roweite

Literary usage of Rowdier

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1. Adrift in New Zealand by Ernest Way Elkington (1906)
"As the night wore on the bar became rowdier and rowdier, and the " chucker-out," a sturdy little Swede, ..."

2. Adrift in New Zealand by Ernest Way Elkington (1906)
"As the night wore on the bar became rowdier and rowdier, and the " chucker-out," a sturdy little Swede, was kept very busy. One after another he shot men ..."

3. Adrift in New Zealand by Ernest Way Elkington (1906)
"As the night wore on the bar became rowdier and rowdier, and the " chucker-out," a sturdy little Swede, was kept very busy. One after another he shot men ..."

4. Road Trip USA: Cross-Country Adventures on America's Two-Lane Highways by Jamie Jensen (2006)
"Now a popular vacation destination, especially during the Chautauqua Arts Festival in late September and the rowdier Madison Regatta around the 4th of July, ..."

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