Definitions

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  • adjective comparative form of unruly: more unruly

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Greg Davies is as delinquent as the unruliest juvenile, the more so having been released from 13 unhappy years as a drama teacher.

    Greg Davies

  • Until his unceremonious unseating last year, Mr. de Venecia enjoyed a remarkable run as a major political force in Southeast Asia's oldest and unruliest democracy.

    The Rocky Road to Reform in Manila

  • What has changed in the Amazon is that thanks to the latest satellite technology the government can now see in the minutest detail what goes on in one of the world's unruliest wildernesses.

    Bad News for the Rain Forest

  • Whatever the reason, the backlash suggests that Latin America's biggest and perhaps unruliest country will no longer turn the other cheek to official misdeeds.

    Brazil Cries ‘Enough!’

  • Still ... my hair is ... the unruliest ruly hair you'll ever come across.

    unclebob Diary Entry

  • Then Spock stepped forward, his look enough to quiet the unruliest of throngs.

    UNIFICATION

  • Then Spock stepped forward, his look enough to quiet the unruliest of throngs.

    UNIFICATION

  • Then Spock stepped forward, his look enough to quiet the unruliest of throngs.

    UNIFICATION

  • Give her a horsewhip ae she'll manage the unruliest crowd o 'savages ever you or she set eyes on!

    The Ivory Trail

  • Give her a horsewhip ae she'll manage the unruliest crowd o 'savages ever you or she set eyes on!

    The Ivory Trail

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