noisily


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nois·y

 (noi′zē)
adj. nois·i·er, nois·i·est
1. Making noise: a small, noisy dog.
2. Full of, characterized by, or accompanied by noise: a noisy cafeteria.

nois′i·ly adv.
nois′i·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.noisily - with much noise or loud and unpleasant sound; "he blew his nose noisily"
quietly - with little or no sound; "the class was listening quietly and intently"; "she was crying quietly"
Translations
بِضَجَّةٍ، بِضَوْضاء
hlučně
meî hávaîa
hrupno
gürültülü şekildepaldır küldür

noisily

[ˈnɔɪzɪlɪ] ADVruidosamente

noisily

[ˈnɔɪzɪli] advbruyamment

noisily

advlaut; protest, welcome, debatelautstark

noisily

[ˈnɔɪzɪlɪ] advrumorosamente

noise

(noiz) noun
1. a sound. I heard a strange noise outside; the noise of gunfire.
2. an unpleasantly loud sound. I hate noise.
ˈnoiseless adjective
without any sound. noiseless footsteps.
ˈnoiselessly adverb
ˈnoisy adjective
making a loud noise. noisy children; a noisy engine.
ˈnoisily adverb
References in classic literature ?
Sometimes a group of squalid old crones, squatting in a file under the shadow of the steps to a porch, scolded noisily as the archdeacon and the bellringer passed, and tossed them this encouraging welcome, with a curse: "Hum
There is no order more noisily given or taken up with lustier shouts on board a homeward-bound merchant ship than the command, "Man the windlass
Though there was electric light in the shop here was only gas, with wire cages over it for protection, and it flared noisily.
And seeing that the prisoner was not only quiet, but entirely prostrate and senseless, he rushed from the cell, violently slamming the door, and noisily drawing the bolts.
No, we'd better go back," she added, noticing Levin coming towards them with his companion and a German doctor, to whom he was talking very noisily and angrily.
Antonia ate so noisily now, like a man, and she yawned often at the table and kept stretching her arms over her head, as if they ached.
His father had played the fool; he had gone out noisily to war, and come back with confusion.
I went into the scullery, removed the door, and spent some hours digging with my hatchet as silently as possible; but when I had made a hole about a couple of feet deep the loose earth collapsed noisily, and I did not dare continue.
At this moment that terrible door, which Pierre had watched so long and which had always opened so quietly, burst noisily open and banged against the wall, and the second of the three sisters rushed out wringing her hands.
For whereas the one shoves and has been known to kick on slight provocation, the other, who is noisily hated of all small dogs by reason of his size, remonstrates not, even when they cling in froth and fury to his chest, but carries them along tolerantly until they drop off from fatigue.
He was passing down a mean street, when from an alley close at hand some shouts of revelry arose, and there came straggling forth a dozen madcaps, whooping and calling to each other, who, parting noisily, took different ways and dispersed in smaller groups.
The lowest, cruelest, and worst populace of a city, never without its quantity of low, cruel, and bad, were the directing spirits of the scene: noisily commenting, applauding, disapproving, anticipating, and precipitating the result, without a check.