The thrilling power of the orchestra's huge string section was unleashed even more impressively in the second movement, a riot of non-stop energy.
the garden was a riot of colour
If this all continued then Ms. Lexing had a massively large riot to handle.
the garden was a riot of color
For weeks beforehand, school children make thousands upon thousands of crepe paper flowers, which are then attached to the twisted, bleak-looking vines in a riot of primary colours.
everyone thought she was a riot
The elaboration of the arch-building tradition continued through the inter-war years and reached a climax in 1939 when a riot of extravagant designs was depicted in the local press.
The deciduous trees were already a riot of color, turning the hills rusty-gold in patches while the evergreens formed their own enclaves.
I wasn't sure how many floors there were to the place: the frontage was a riot of shingle roofs and gables, annexes and additions, windows of all shapes and sizes.
a riot of emotions raged through Frances