- 复数: riots;
- 第三人称单数: riots;
- 过去式: rioted;
- 过去分词: rioted;
- 现在分词: rioting;
One prison guard was killed when a riot broke out in the jail.
The garden was a riot of colour .
They let their kids run riot.
Rioters set fire to parked cars.
[不可数名词]Rioting broke out in the capital.
Twelve inmates have been killed during a riot at the prison.
Last year 600 inmates rioted, starting fires and building barricades...
They rioted in protest against the government.
All the cacti were in flower, so that the desert was a riot of colour...
With Indian cuisine, you expect a riot of tastes and spices.
I'm glad you read the riot act to Billy. He's still a kid and still needs to be told what to do.
Rampaging prisoners ran riot through Strangeways jail.
A conservatory offers the perfect excuse to let your imagination run riot.
We have no proof and when there is no proof, rumour runs riot.
What ever you choose to bring on your travels is of course an individual matter.
Flowers of all sorts are blooming in a riot of colour.
The garden was a riot of colour.
There were many riot policemen with batons.
The weeds run riot in some fields.
They had to call the police in order to put down the riot.
They ran riot through the town after the defeat of their team.
The riot broke out at the instigation of a certain politician.
Yesterday's riot broke out at the instigation of an unknown politician.
The march degenerated into a riot.
1. a public act of violence by an unruly mob
2. a state of disorder involving group violence
3. a joke that seems extremely funny
4. a wild gathering involving excessive drinking and promiscuity
1. take part in a riot; disturb the public peace by engaging in a riot;
"Students were rioting everywhere in 1968"
2. engage in boisterous, drunken merry-making;
"They were out carousing last night"
behave in a violent and unrestrained way
rebellion, revolt, riot
Tom was a riot last night.
Her joke was a real riot.
Some of the stores are having a shoe riot.