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Noun
Plural for a violent or chaotic disturbance of the peace by a crowd
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“In a panic, a few of the soldiers opened fire, triggering a riot.”
Noun
Plural for a state of chaos or disorder
“By this time, Woodstock had turned into a complete riot with fans destroying 12 trailers, many vendor tents, delay towers, ATMs, and more.”
Noun
Plural for a revolt against authority
“Thousands of farmers began to riot against unfair debt and property laws.”
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Plural for a violent or hostile confrontation between two parties
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“Relations between the communities hit rock bottom following a riot between the two groups.”
Noun
Plural for an impressively large or varied display of something
“The coffee shop was a riot of smells, people and noise.”
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Plural for someone or something that is highly funny or entertaining
“The food was great and the show was a riot. Everyone in our group agreed this was the funnest night of our trip.”
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Plural for joyful or riotous merrymaking
“Sunday in some parts of the world, and in some places in the United States, is made a day of feasting, revelry and riot.”
Noun
Plural for a playful, funny, and typically extroverted person
Noun
Plural for a peaceful form of protest in which people occupy an area and refuse to leave
Noun
Plural for a formal evening party
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Plural for something very funny
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Plural for a very fun or amusing time
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Plural for very funny joke
Noun
Plural for a statement or action expressing disapproval of or objection to something
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Plural for a large crowd of people, especially one that is disorderly and intent on causing trouble or violence
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Verb
To behave in a wild or violent manner, typically in protest
“Protestors began to riot after the police reportedly beat monks engaged in a peaceful protest.”
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To revolt against authority
“The disturbances in Toledo started as a riot in protest against an unfair tax.”
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To revel or behave in an extremely merry and boisterous manner
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“The town allowed the elaborately costumed revelers to party and riot until they literally dropped.”
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To disregard the rules and refuse to conform
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