Women worked on their front yards full of the riotous colors of wildflowers.
Breaking down rigid social hierarchy so characteristic of the Middle Ages, these riotous tales poke fun at everyone.
riotous Baroque: From Cattelan to Zurbaran, Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, Spain, June 18–October 6.
The details of that riotous 72-hour bender did make it in to the tabloids.
She reveals the absurdity of notions that “the Muslim world” is a riotous, violent mess, and that “they” hate “us” for being free.
From one of the rooms below there floated up to her sounds of riotous merriment.
The cross was among them the punishment for riotous slaves or their instigators.
There were no screeching horns, no riotous boys and girls hurling confetti.
You can't have wasted very much in riotous living on this sand-heap.
The words her father had just spoken ran a riotous course through Clara's brain.
mid-14c., "troublesome, wanton, extravagant," from Old French riotos "argumentative, quarrelsome," from riote (see riot (n.)). Meaning "tumultuous, turbulent" is mid-15c. Related: Riotously; riotousness.