Translation of rumbustious in Spanish:

rumbustious

ruidoso, adj.

Pronunciation /rʌmˈbʌstɪəs//rʌmˈbʌstʃəs//ˌrəmˈbəstʃəs/

adjective

British

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    ruidoso
    bullicioso
    • Again, Bruckner advances his tonal phrases upwards, an Austrian trait that delights the senses with rumbustious feelings.
    • He encouraged us to read a great deal, too, especially the great rumbustious nineteenth-century French novels, for my father's temperament is for the romantic, the extravagant, the wild and poetic and beautiful.
    • Slim, bald, and carefully courteous, he is the most understated Glaswegian you could meet, palpably different from the aggressively rumbustious salesmen that used to dominate the arms industry.
    • Many rumbustious celebrations were held on this occasion!
    • The best songs here follow their previous blueprint: rollicking, rumbustious blues-banjo riots.
    • There are rumbustious animal fights and wrestling matches, and Holi is celebrated on horseback, on elephant back, on foot, in a whirl of shifting colours.
    • The good humour was infectious and the rumbustious crowd of students, boiler-makers, steelworkers, auto-workers and other union members stamped their approval.
    • There is a constant feeling of suppressed impatience from him, although every so often he breaks into a wheezy, rumbustious, infectious laugh.
    • The large crowds at race courses and football matches, rumbustious but not often posing a real problem of public order, reflected a disciplined and orderly workforce.
    • Lord Hailsham was one of the most rumbustious politicians of his age.
    • Navy towns, as McKee reports, are no longer so rumbustious.
    • Everybody knows that the politician has a rumbustious temperament, I think journalists know that more than most.
    • The first half of the concert moved from 16th century recorder music, through Mozart, vocal chamber music, on to rumbustious wind sea shanties and then a lively string quintet.
    • While King Henry IV attempts to unite the warring factions making up his kingdom, his son Prince Hal prefers the rumbustious company of Sir John Falstaff.
    • Stravinsky originally conceived of the ballet as a modernist work - a rumbustious Joycean collage depicting a Russian village wedding.
    • Nothing in the work is more engaging than the start of the finale, where rumbustious high spirits reform into an infectious polacca.
    • The atmosphere that prevailed was redolent of a Gainsborough studio set for a rumbustious period drama.
    • The rumbustious humor, gleefully mixing sex, scatology and food, resembles Fellini at his most burlesque, while the hints of the surreal and the supernatural recall South American magic realism.
    • The rarely heard Loeffler work is a gem of beauty with a characteristically expansive opening and a rumbustious Russian dance as a Finale.