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Difference between Raucous and Ruckus

Raucous, an adjective, means loud or rambunctious.

  • It’s not unusual for them to throw a raucous party once a month.

Ruckus, a noun, means a fight, disturbance, or commotion.

  • Authorities are more interested in stopping the ruckus than in finding the culprit.