boisterous

  • 21boisterous — bois·ter·ous || bɔɪstÉ™rÉ™s adj. noisy, loud; stormy; excited …

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  • 22boisterous — a. 1. Roaring, loud, stormy. 2. Noisy, furious, tumultuous, turbulent, vehement, violent, impetuous. 3. Noisy, vociferous, clamorous, obstreperous, loud …

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  • 23boisterous — adj 1. noisy, obstreperous, vociferous; agitated, disturbed, unquiet, restive; blustery, clangorous, rackety; loud, ear splitting, booming, deafening; rowdy, rambunctious, brawling, disorderly, robustious, out of hand; clamorous, riotous,… …

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  • 24boisterous — bois·ter·ous …

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  • 25boisterous — adjective Syn: lively, animated, exuberant, spirited, noisy, loud, rowdy, unruly, wild, uproarious, unrestrained, uninhibited, uncontrolled, rough, disorderly, riotous; informal rumbustious Ant: restrained …

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  • 26boisterous — [ˈbɔɪst(ə)rəs] adj lively and noisy …

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  • 27boisterous — /ˈbɔɪstrəs / (say boystruhs) adjective 1. rough and noisy; clamorous; unrestrained. 2. (of waves, weather, wind, etc.) rough and stormy. 3. Obsolete rough and massive. {Middle English boistrous, earlier boistous; origin unknown} –boisterously,… …

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  • 28boisterous —    O olokū, ōkalakala, leoleoā, waha kole …

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  • 29boisterous — adj. 1 (of a person) rough; noisily exuberant. 2 (of the sea, weather, etc.) stormy, rough. Derivatives: boisterously adv. boisterousness n. Etymology: var. of ME boist(u)ous, of unkn. orig …

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  • 30boisterous knockabout slapstick — humourous humourous adj. same as {humorous}; causing amusement or laughter. [Narrower terms: {bantering, facetious, tongue in cheek, witty ; {boisterous, knockabout, slapstick ; {buffoonish, clownish, zany}; {comic, comical, funny, laughable,… …

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  • 31boisterous bourrée — англ. [бо/йстэрэс бурэ/] неистовое бурре; см. Бриттен. Простая симфония …

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  • 32boisterously — boisterous ► ADJECTIVE 1) noisy, energetic, and cheerful. 2) literary (of weather or water) wild or stormy. DERIVATIVES boisterously adverb boisterousness noun. ORIGIN from earlier boistuous «rustic, coarse, boisterous», of unknown origin …

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  • 33boisterousness — boisterous ► ADJECTIVE 1) noisy, energetic, and cheerful. 2) literary (of weather or water) wild or stormy. DERIVATIVES boisterously adverb boisterousness noun. ORIGIN from earlier boistuous «rustic, coarse, boisterous», of unknown origin …

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  • 34Yahooing — boisterous behaviour …

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  • 35skylarking — Boisterous play, especially by employees who should be working. 35 Am J1st M & S § 201; 58 Am J1st Workm Comp § 268 …

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  • 36vociferous — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. loud, noisy, clamorous; blatant, obstreperous, loudmouthed. See loudness, cry. II (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. clamorous, blatant, noisy, strident, boisterous, obstreperous; see also loud 1 , shrill .… …

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  • 37vociferous — vociferous, clamorous, blatant, strident, boisterous, obstreperous are comparable when they mean so loud and noisy, especially vocally, as to compel attention, often unwilling attention. Vociferous implies both loud and vehement cries or shouts;… …

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  • 38vociferous — adjective Date: circa 1611 marked by or given to vehement insistent outcry • vociferously adverb • vociferousness noun Synonyms: vociferous, clamorous, blatant, strident, boisterous, obstreperous mean so loud or insistent as to compel attention.… …

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  • 39blatant — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. noisy, obtrusive. See loudness, ostentation. Ant., hidden. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Obvious] Syn. obtrusive, glaring, plain, clear; see obvious 1 , 2 . 2. [Loud] Syn. noisy, clamorous, vociferous …

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  • 40obstreperous — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. noisy, clamorous, vociferous; recalcitrant, unruly, riotous. See violence, disobedience. II (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. boisterous, noisy, vociferous, raucous; see loud 2 . See Synonym Study at… …

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