noisier noisier  /ˈnɔ ɪ zi ər/


  1. (adj) full of or characterized by loud and nonmusical sounds
  2. (adj) attracting attention by showiness or bright colors


  1. But I'm betting that Twitter will get a lot noisier before netizens move on to the next new thing.
  2. While Navratilova and others claim that silent players are at a disadvantage, history shows it might be the noisier players who suffer on the court, at least in the short-term.
  3. A year after her Grammy-grabbing debut, Norah Jones returns with a noisier CD, a new nickname and a game plan: to keep it saner this time 292004.


  • Watch Matmos' Colorfully Calming 'Aetheric Vehicle' Video

    Matmos showed off their noisier side for a cover of the Buzzcocks' "ESP"  earlier this year, but the Baltimore electro duo get meditative in the new video for "Aetheric Vehicle," an elliptical highlight off this year's 
    on June 21, 2013     Source: Spin


  1. "It's been two years they have been saying they have a great search engine, and they are just not delivering," Sullivan said. "They can't say it's because they didn't have enough promotion. You can't get any noisier than having the former...
    on Aug 21, 2007 By: Danny Sullivan Source: CNET

  2. "There were definitely more Germans but the Spanish were a lot noisier," said Andrea Jelinek from the Vienna police.
    on Jun 30, 2008 By: Andrea Source:

  3. Eccentric frontman Bert McCracken told Alternative Press in an October 2008 interview that the group wanted to make songs "10 times messier and noisier than they've ever been."
    on Aug 31, 2009 By: Bert McCracken Source: Diamondback Online

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