Definitions for rambunctiousræmˈbʌŋk ʃəs
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word rambunctious
boisterous, rambunctious, robustious, rumbustious, unruly(adj)
noisy and lacking in restraint or discipline
"a boisterous crowd"; "a social gathering that became rambunctious and out of hand"; "a robustious group of teenagers"; "beneath the rumbustious surface of his paintings is sympathy for the vulnerability of ordinary human beings"; "an unruly class"
Energetic, noisy, boisterous and difficult to control.
The kids are being especially rambunctious today.
Origin: Possibly alteration of rumbustious.
The numerical value of rambunctious in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of rambunctious in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
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Desperate times calls for rambunctious behavior" -Mental Hell
- We're precious yet we have a superstitious way of being rambunctious!
Clydesdales are a very gentle breed. When they're young, they're like any other horse -- skittish and more like a kid, more rambunctious. As they get older and more mature -- the more you handle them, the quieter they become.
[She] is very rambunctious and has a lot of energy and she knows how to get out of the apartment – so she got out of the apartment and did what a 3-year-old does, play around, a kid is going to play outside, not have shoes on and so forth, so a child being not clean, that’s just natural.
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