The dogs received them obstreperously, and the kid from its corner bleated faintly.
Saville was, I thought, the most obstreperously gay of all three.
He was in his way a very determined person, not obstreperously so, but quietly and under the surface.
They were timidly conservative at the age at which every healthy human being ought to be obstreperously revolutionary.
He was never openly and obstreperously disobedient like little Fay.
She now lies on the footstool between my feet, purring most obstreperously.
I think thats what is so comfortable in you, Aunt Polly, that youre not obstreperously good.
In one apartment was an obstreperously noisy society of parrots and macaws, most gorgeous and diversified of hue.
Only keep spurting and spitting about obstreperously, and the most stiff ears must at length be converted.
Lucy in her stage box laughed so obstreperously that Caroline Hequet silenced her with a tap of her fan.
c.1600, from Latin obstreperus "clamorous," from obstrepere "drown with noise, make a noise against, oppose noisily," from ob "against" (see ob-) + strepere "make a noise," from PIE *strep-, said to be imitative (cf. Latin stertare "to snore," Old Norse þrapt "chattering," Old English þræft "quarrel"). Related: Obstreperously; obstreperousness.