“I heard a big noise on the roof and I went to find them,” he said.
And theyre the big noise, nowadays, Belknap returned, unruffled.
A wedding like that in a town of this size makes a big noise.
They had just gotten through when, all of a sudden, they heard a big noise.
He drinks and gambles and makes the big noise with his mouth.
All I remember is: there was a big noise–a million spears and blunderbusses turned upon poor me!
You make the big noise in the Federation; but we hold it together for you.
"I was glad to have you up there with the big noise, this morning," Prestonby said.
“If they have they are making a big noise about it,” answered Captain Putnam.
He knew what he was about—-trust him at last therefore to make, and to some effect, his big noise.
An important person; most influential person: Who's the big noise around here? (1900s+ British)