Origin of obstreperous
SYNONYMS FOR obstreperous
ANTONYMS FOR obstreperous
Related formsob·strep·er·ous·ly, adverbob·strep·er·ous·ness, ob·strep·e·ros·i·ty [uhb-strep-uh-ros-i-tee] /əbˌstrɛp əˈrɒs ɪ ti/, noun
Examples from the Web for obstreperously
The dogs received them obstreperously, and the kid from its corner bleated faintly.The Master-Knot of Human Fate|Ellis Meredith
In one apartment was an obstreperously noisy society of parrots and macaws, most gorgeous and diversified of hue.Passages From the English Notebooks, Volume 1|Nathaniel Hawthorne
They were timidly conservative at the age at which every healthy human being ought to be obstreperously revolutionary.Getting Married|George Bernard Shaw
Lucy in her stage box laughed so obstreperously that Caroline Hequet silenced her with a tap of her fan.
Only keep spurting and spitting about obstreperously, and the most stiff ears must at length be converted.