riot

Riotously vs Riot - What's the difference?

riotously | riot |


As an adverb riotously

is in a riotous manner.

As a noun riot is

wanton or unrestrained behavior; uproar; tumult.

As a verb riot is

to create or take part in a riot; to raise an uproar or sedition.

Riot vs Ferment - What's the difference?

riot | ferment |


As nouns the difference between riot and ferment

is that riot is wanton or unrestrained behavior; uproar; tumult while ferment is something, such as a yeast or barm, that causes fermentation.

As verbs the difference between riot and ferment

is that riot is to create or take part in a riot; to raise an uproar or sedition while ferment is to react, using fermentation; especially to produce alcohol by aging or by allowing yeast to act on sugars; to brew.

Riot vs Confuse - What's the difference?

riot | confuse |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between riot and confuse

is that riot is (obsolete) to act in an unrestrained or wanton manner; to indulge in excess of luxury, feasting, etc while confuse is (obsolete) to rout; discomfit.

As verbs the difference between riot and confuse

is that riot is to create or take part in a riot; to raise an uproar or sedition while confuse is to thoroughly mix; to confound; to disorder.

As a noun riot

is wanton or unrestrained behavior; uproar; tumult.

Riot vs Violence - What's the difference?

riot | violence |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between riot and violence

is that riot is (obsolete) to act in an unrestrained or wanton manner; to indulge in excess of luxury, feasting, etc while violence is (obsolete) ravishment; rape; violation.

As nouns the difference between riot and violence

is that riot is wanton or unrestrained behavior; uproar; tumult while violence is extreme force.

As a verb riot

is to create or take part in a riot; to raise an uproar or sedition.

Revolution vs Riot - What's the difference?

revolution | riot |


As nouns the difference between revolution and riot

is that revolution is revolution while riot is wanton or unrestrained behavior; uproar; tumult.

As a verb riot is

to create or take part in a riot; to raise an uproar or sedition.

Terrorism vs Riot - What's the difference?

terrorism | riot |


As nouns the difference between terrorism and riot

is that terrorism is the deliberate commission of an act of violence to create an emotional response through the suffering of the victims in the furtherance of a political or social agenda while riot is wanton or unrestrained behavior; uproar; tumult.

As a verb riot is

to create or take part in a riot; to raise an uproar or sedition.

Riot vs Spree - What's the difference?

riot | spree |


As a noun riot

is wanton or unrestrained behavior; uproar; tumult.

As a verb riot

is to create or take part in a riot; to raise an uproar or sedition.

As a proper noun spree is

a particular river that flows through lusatia (eastern germany) and into berlin, where it flows into the havel.

Ramp vs Riot - What's the difference?

ramp | riot |


As nouns the difference between ramp and riot

is that ramp is an inclined surface that connects two levels; an incline or ramp can be an american plant, , related to the onion; a wild leek while riot is wanton or unrestrained behavior; uproar; tumult.

As verbs the difference between ramp and riot

is that ramp is to behave violently; to rage while riot is to create or take part in a riot; to raise an uproar or sedition.

Riot vs Rumpus - What's the difference?

riot | rumpus |


As nouns the difference between riot and rumpus

is that riot is wanton or unrestrained behavior; uproar; tumult while rumpus is a noisy, sometimes violent disturbance; noise and confusion; a quarrel.

As a verb riot

is to create or take part in a riot; to raise an uproar or sedition.

Riot vs Parade - What's the difference?

riot | parade |


As verbs the difference between riot and parade

is that riot is to create or take part in a riot; to raise an uproar or sedition while parade is .

As a noun riot

is wanton or unrestrained behavior; uproar; tumult.

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