boisterously boisterously

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in a carefree manner

Usage(s):

  1. boisterously cram themselves into the back-seat.
  2. The songs may be poignantly plaintive, boisterously celebratory or ironically funny.
  3. Across the country, workers from her Congress Party experienced a moment of incredulous, speechless joy before erupting boisterously in thousands of spontaneous festivals.

News

  • Quinn Rolls Out Support From Former Puerto Rican Governor

    City Council Speaker Christine Quinn jetted across the city Monday to show off her newest endorsement in the mayor’s race: former Puerto Rican Governor Sila Maria Calderon. Ms. Calderón, who said she traveled from San Juan to join Ms. Quinn on the blisteringly hot day, began the tour in the Bronx, where Assemblywoman Carmen Arroyo boisterously announced the endorsement, and presence, of Ms ...
    on July 16, 2013     Source: The New York Observer

Quotes

  • Ann Powers, writing in the Los Angeles Times, called it "boisterously scatterbrained, exhilaratingly bad," while Greg Kot of the Chicago Tribune found it "overdone and remarkably slight."
    on May 10, 2009 By: Ann Powers Source: Chicago Tribune

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