noisy

[noi-zee]
adjective, noisier, noisiest.
1.
making much noise: noisy children.
2.
abounding in or full of noise: a noisy assembly hall.
3.
characterized by much noise: a noisy celebration; a noisy protest.

Origin:
1685–95; noise + -y1

noisily, adverb
noisiness, noun
unnoisily, adverb
unnoisy, adjective

noisome, noisy.


1. clamorous, tumultuous, uproarious; vociferous. See loud.


1. quiet.
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noisy (ˈnɔɪzɪ)
 
adj , noisier, noisiest
1.  making a loud or constant noise
2.  full of or characterized by noise
 
'noisily
 
adv
 
'noisiness
 
n

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Example sentences
In an already noisy world an arms race of sound is not to be welcomed.
It's also pretty unusual to stay sound asleep through landing-that's a pretty
  noisy experience.
Arguments over noisy dogs and power tools can turn suburban neighbors into
  angry adversaries.
The airwaves and best-seller lists are noisy with anti-intellectual jeers.
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