Alig prances ahead and points out landmarks like the wing where the rowdier inmates are housed.
Their real son, Ryusei, has been brought up by a poorer, rowdier clan.
"a rough, quarrelsome person," 1808, American English, originally "lawless backwoodsman," probably from row (n.2). The adjective is first recorded 1819. Related: Rowdily; rowdiness.