[ UK /nˈɔ‍ɪzi/ ]
[ US /ˈnɔɪzi/ ]
  1. full of or characterized by loud and nonmusical sounds
    a noisy cafeteria
    a small noisy dog
  2. attracting attention by showiness or bright colors
    a noisy sweater
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How To Use noisy In A Sentence

  • While the Irish government generates a lot of noisy, self-righteous cant about the evils of cigarettes at home, it makes a pretty packet from ‘selling death’ abroad.
  • What would you say to Mrs So-and-so who has called to complain about a noisy neighbour?
  • People feared the development would cause traffic gridlock and claimed noisy fans would make their lives a misery.
  • The result was a lengthy and noisy competition in self-abasement and mutual re-assurance.
  • No wonder the tits and finches were so noisy and active.
  • The car is quite noisy at speed.
  • The children would gather in a noisy clump at the rear window to shout encouragement and offer coaching tips to their pursuer.
  • He must have been very drunk, for at last the heavy sleep gripped him with the suddenness of a magic spell, and the last word lengthened itself into an interminable, noisy, in-drawn snore. Youth And Two Other Stories
  • They are a small but noisy pressure group .
  • This fifteen metre, golden statue has sat here for 30 years and while its bulk is impressive, don't expect meditative solemnity; the forecourt is noisy with music, stalls and snack bars.
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