When it comes to crafting a raucous, devastatingly brutal insult, he is a Shakespeare.
Wild Thing By Josh Bazell A raucous, witty new novel from Josh Bazell.
An hour-and-a-half of pure, raucous, profanity-fueled laughter: what a perfect edition of Fashion Police aired on E!
As the condemnation swirled around Varun, a raucous surge of counteropinion sprang up in his defense.
The shots alternate like this across the whole 14-minute piece, ping-ponging us from the raucous to the sublime and back.
There are sounds which are musical, and others that are raucous and mere noise.
"Cottonton" was a mass of frantic arms, raucous voices, white faces.
And most vindictive and raucous was the infant voice that I heard saying, "Git up, you blasted lazy cart-'orse!"
His voice was so deep and raucous that it seemed to jar the soles of her feet.
"Line up, you blue devils," came Charlie de Soto's raucous cry.
boisterous and disorderly
Latin raucus 'hoarse'
1769, from Latin raucus "hoarse" (also source of French rauque, Spanish ronco, Italian rauco), related to ravus "hoarse," from PIE echoic base *reu- "make hoarse cries" (cf. Sanskrit rayati "barks," ravati "roars;" Greek oryesthai "to howl, roar;" Latin racco "a roar;" Old Church Slavonic rjevo "I roar;" Lithuanian rekti "roar;" Old English rarian "to wail, bellow"). Middle English had rauc in the same sense, from the same source.