- adj.狂暴的; 狂乱的; 欢腾的; 喧闹的
The dinner was often a riotous affair enlivened by superbly witty speeches.
He has been sent down for riotous behaviour.
He was expelled from college for riotous conduct.
He found congenial officers who knew how to leaven war's rigours with riotous enjoyment.
They spent a riotous night drinking and singing.
I wanted no more riotous excursions.
I wanted no more riotous excursions with privileged glimpses into the human heart.
英汉文学 - 盖茨比
They went to the piazza, where the crowd was rather less riotous than before.
Too young am I and too riotous to seek that sacred grove.
Because you teach, our worlds are filled with a riotous color.
They a riotous night drinking and singing.
Summer is in riotous profusion.
Neither was his whole time devoted to riotous extravagances of youth. He enjoyed many lucid intervals.
And when he came to Antioch , there he gave himself wholly to riotous living.
BE what make the campus life that we enrich back a riotous color gradually?
是什么使我们丰富的校园生活渐退了缤纷的色彩 呢 ?
But the message that everyone must screen for cancer has become so deep-rooted that when health care experts recommended that women under 50 and over 74 stop screening for breast cancer, it caused a riotous reaction among doctors, patients and advocacy groups.
1. produced or growing in extreme abundance;
"their riotous blooming"
2. characterized by unrest or disorder or insubordination;
"effects of the struggle will be violent and disruptive"
"these troubled areas"
"the tumultuous years of his administration"
"a turbulent and unruly childhood"
3. unrestrained by convention or morality;
"Congreve draws a debauched aristocratic society"
"deplorably dissipated and degraded"