bawdy, impudent, frisky, robustious, irrepressible, intemperate, abandoned, reckless, high-spirited, peace, skittish, profligate, inflexible, resolute, rash, stiff-necked, rumbustious, drunken, out of line, inexorable, chafing at the bit, immovable, stubborn, perverse, knockabout, rowdy, obdurate, mean, truculent, control, order, forward, impulsive, unyielding, uncorrectable, untoward, restiff, heedless, headstrong, dangerous, impervious, vicious, dogged, restless, mulish, impatient, fierce, turbulent, self-assertive, obstinate, resentful, resist, bullheaded, opinionated, fanatic, boisterous, impetuous, willful, quarrelsome, ornery, brawling, hidebound, obstreperous, self-willed, ill-advised, indocile, uncontrollable, unreasonable, feckless, refractory, irrational, rough, restive, unwieldy, balky, fractious, forceful, incorrigible, uncurbed, contumacious, dashing, hellbent, mob-minded, fretful, unlicensed, fidgety, violent
chaotic (part of speech: adjective)
rambunctious, disorganized, cluttered, lawless, inexact, insane, inchoate, confused, disarrayed, tempestuous, inconsistent, obscure, embroiled, deformed, out of control, uneven, deranged, tumultuous, wild, loose, formless, lax, chaotic, shapeless, disconnected, discomposed, disordered, perturbed, incoherent, blurry, indefinite, messy, muddled, jumbled, irregular, frantic, fuzzy, frenzied, amorphous, disorderly, anarchical, disheveled, indistinct, undisciplined, anarchistic, disintegrated
disobedient (part of speech: adjective)
insubordinate, treasonous, disloyal, mischievous, misbehaving, traitorous, factious, disobedient, subversive, contrary, recalcitrant, mutinous, rebellious, defiant, wayward, ungovernable, seditious, unmanageable, nonconformist, disregardful, disobeying, treacherous, intractable
- Back, minister of Christ and source of fear - We cherish freedom - back with thee and thine From this unruly time of year, The Feast of Valentine. - "New-Poems", Stevenson, Robert Louis.
- As to that, you know best, guidwife, he answered, smiling, but I think I have heard of a wife up about the Heathknowes, who in some measure possesses the power of her unruly member. - "The Dew of Their Youth", S. R. Crockett.
- In any case, whether my suspicions were well founded or otherwise, there could be no disputing the fact that the two seamen were turbulent, unruly, violent characters, liable at any moment to become dangerous; and therefore they must be carefully watched. - "The Strange Adventures of Eric Blackburn", Harry Collingwood.