un-riotous

riotous

[rahy-uh-tuhs]
adjective
1.
(of an act) characterized by or of the nature of rioting or a disturbance of the peace.
2.
(of a person) inciting or taking part in a riot.
3.
given to or marked by unrestrained revelry; loose; wanton: riotous living.
4.
boisterous or uproarious: riotous laughter.
5.
hilariously funny.

Origin:
1300–50; Middle English; see riot, -ous

riotously, adverb
riotousness, noun
unriotous, adjective
unriotously, adverb
unriotousness, noun
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riotous (ˈraɪətəs)
 
adj
1.  proceeding from or of the nature of riots or rioting
2.  inciting to riot
3.  characterized by wanton or lascivious revelry: riotous living
4.  characterized by boisterous or unrestrained merriment: riotous laughter
 
'riotously
 
adv
 
'riotousness
 
n

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