One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘an uproarious party’
disorderly, tumultuous, riotous, unruly, wild, unrestrained, rip-roaring, rollicking, boisterous, roisterous
noisy, loud, rowdy, rackety, clamorous
British informal rumbustious
North American informal rambunctious
2‘they were laughing as if at some uproarious joke’
hilarious, extremely amusing, very funny, comic, riotous, hysterically funny, screamingly funny, too funny for words, side-splitting, rib-tickling, comical, absurd, ridiculous
informal priceless, a scream, a hoot
dated killing, killingly funny
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