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  • The company here was noisier now than when he left it a short time before. Cited from Danger, by T. S. Arthur
  • When he went to join them she became the noisiest member of the party. Cited from Triumph of the Egg, by Sherwood Anderson
  • The lines running east and west were noisier than the lines running north and south. Cited from The History of the Telephone, by Herbert N. Casson
  • These are extremely social animals and they can be very noisy, as well.
  • Since they must move more air through the same area of space, fans will become more noisy.
  • They are well known for being a noisy dog, especially when working.
  • Although noisy at close range, the voice is soft and does not carry far.
  • They often move in large groups and are considered one of the noisiest species of birds.
  • However, they can be noisy because the fan is within the same space.
  • There he heard ever so many more voices, and it was noisier than ever. Cited from New National Fourth Reader, by Charles J. Barnes and J. Marshall Hawkes
  • It also hosted children because they were considered noisy while playing.
  • The railway runs close to some of the sites, so it can be noisy at times.
  • A person with a hearing loss will often be less able to understand speech, especially in noisy conditions.
  • At this season of the year they are noisier than usual, which is saying a great deal. Cited from A Bird Calendar for Northern India, by Douglas Dewar
  • The group became more musical, clearly reducing the noisy elements of their songs.
  • Do you not see That you're the noisiest of the three? Cited from Aesop, in Rhyme, by Marmaduke Park
  • Documents with historical language can also be considered noisy with respect to today's knowledge about the language.
  • And you'll be the noisiest, most important man on the field. Cited from The Jester of St. Timothy's, by Arthur Stanwood Pier
  • It is filled with trees, which are often filled with noisy birds.
  • It is one of the noisiest places I have ever been in. Cited from Golden Lads, by Arthur Gleason and Helen Hayes Gleason
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Words starting with noisy

Meaning of noisy

  • adjective Full of or characterized by loud and nonmusical sounds
    a noisy cafeteria, a small noisy dog