Origin of noisy
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1. clamorous, tumultuous, uproarious; vociferous. See loud.
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Examples from the Web for noisiest
Reader, perhaps you are wondering: is there anything that Britain's noisiest Marxist, George Galloway, will not do for money?Satire Surrenders
June 12, 2012
The prisoners were free, and their joy found vent in the noisiest demonstrations.The Field of Ice
The noisiest and the roughest there forgot the jests they had made at Lunardi's expense.Chatterbox, 1905.
"Well, twinnies, yours was the noisiest table in the room," she laughed.
They are like our flies; our flies are the noisiest, most intrusive, most impertinent creatures.A Woman's Will
She had learned to accept with philosophy the noises of the noisiest of cities.Athalie
Robert W. Chambers
- making a loud or constant noise
- full of or characterized by noise
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Word Origin and History for noisiest
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