Definition of riotously in English:

riotously

Pronunciation /ˈrīədəslē/ /ˈraɪədəsli/

Translate riotously into Spanish

adverb

See riotous

‘It can make the audience laugh riotously one moment before chilling them into a somber silence.’
  • ‘I was prepared for work that is riotously colorful, highly decorative, masterfully painted, and with a story to tell.’
  • ‘The audience seemed bewildered, laughing riotously in fits and starts.’
  • ‘However, the real focus of the show was a set of recent paintings in which collage and paint are mixed in riotously colorful tableaux.’
  • ‘Their music is infectious, occasionally riotously so, but as easy as listening to them remains, there's an overriding feeling that their best work is yet to come.’