Definition of rowdiness in English:

rowdiness

noun

  • See rowdy

    • ‘Under new laws, pubs will be able to apply to stay open longer which it is hoped will curb some of the excessive drinking and rowdiness under the current system.’
    • ‘The accident emergency department was expecting a busy night with incidents that staff said were usually caused by rowdiness, alcohol and drugs.’
    • ‘Both towns have problems with alcohol-related rowdiness.’
    • ‘Various initiatives aimed at reducing city-centre crime and rowdiness, including the latest clamp-down on binge drinkers over the Christmas period, appear to be paying off.’
    • ‘Drink and drugs and rowdiness are destroying the place.’

Pronunciation

rowdiness

/ˈroudēnis/