Meaning of NOISY in English


ˈnȯizē, -zi adjective

( -er/-est )

Etymology: noise (I) + -y

1. : making or given to making noise : clamorous , vociferous

the noisy crowd

never rode in a noisier car

2. : full of or characterized by the presence of noise

that noisy night

such a noisy office

3. : tending to attract attention usually by reason of showiness, gaudiness, or brightness of color : loud

a noisy sweater

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