Riot - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- a state of disorder involving group violence (syn: rioting)
- a joke that seems extremely funny (syn: howler, scream, wow)
- a wild gathering involving excessive drinking and promiscuity (syn: bacchanal, bacchanalia, debauch, debauchery, orgy, saturnalia)
The news about the election caused a riot in the city.
A lot of property was damaged in the recent riots.
The woods are a riot of color in the autumn.
The movie was an absolute riot.
Students rioted after their team lost the football game.
A riot breaks out / erupts.
There must be something wrong with people who riot in cruelty to animals.
He rioted away his whole inheritance.
His murder triggered vicious race riots (=caused by a problem between different races).
University students rioted in protest at tuition fees.
Students were rioting everywhere in 1968
Police tried to restore calm after the riot.
...a firebrand who urged crowds to riot during the blackouts...
...the rock band's failure to show up incited a riot, as the crowd had waited for hours...
She made irresponsible comments that helped cause the riot.
present participle: rioting
past tense: rioted
past participle: rioted
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