rowdyism

[rou-dee-iz-uhm]
noun
rough, disorderly behavior.

Origin:
1835–45, Americanism; rowdy + -ism

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rowdyism (ˈraʊdɪɪzəm)
 
n
rowdy behaviour or tendencies or a habitual pattern of rowdy behaviour: the problem of rowdyism at football matches

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Example sentences
The government tends to proceed by identifying a menace, be it terrorism, knife crime or teenage rowdyism.
There is no rowdyism in the village, no nocturnal rampages making night hideous.
While there is an un usual amount of boisterousness there was absolutely no rowdyism, no quarreling nor fighting.
There was never any rowdyism allowed about the place.
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