Definition of rowdyism in English:

rowdyism

noun

  • See rowdy

    • ‘Fighting, rowdyism and general mayhem erupted on the quiet main street of Abbeyleix on Sunday last.’
    • ‘Late night rowdyism in the town could decrease now that local authorities have new powers to curb anti-social behaviour.’
    • ‘At ten o'clock, despite the fact that the police were present to control any undue rowdyism, the gates were closed.’
    • ‘A clampdown on late night rowdyism and vandalism has been promised this week by the authorities in Laois.’
    • ‘There were people visibly drunk on the streets this weekend and there is a lot of rowdyism in the town in general.’

Pronunciation

rowdyism

/ˈraʊdɪɪz(ə)m/