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noisy

[ noi-zee ]
/ ˈnɔɪ zi /
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adjective, nois·i·er, nois·i·est.
making much noise: noisy children.
abounding in or full of noise: a noisy assembly hall.
characterized by much noise: a noisy celebration; a noisy protest.
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Origin of noisy

First recorded in 1685–95; noise + -y1

synonym study for noisy

1. See loud.

OTHER WORDS FROM noisy

nois·i·ly, adverbnois·i·ness, nounun·nois·i·ly, adverbun·nois·y, adjective

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH noisy

noisome, noisy
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How to use noisy in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for noisy

noisy
/ (ˈnɔɪzɪ) /

adjective noisier or noisiest
making a loud or constant noise
full of or characterized by noise

Derived forms of noisy

noisily, adverbnoisiness, noun
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