row´di|ness

row´di|ness
row|dy «ROW dee», noun, plural -dies, adjective. -di|er, -di|est.
–n.
a rough, disorderly, quarrelsome person. SYNONYM(S): brawler.
–adj.
[American English, probably < row3]
row´di|ly, adverb.
row´di|ness, noun.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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