obstreperously obstreperously


  • (adv) in manner that attracts attention



  1. Always in the art world, as in a madhouse, there are bad painters who obstreperously claim to be prophets.
  2. It might not top Tarzan of the Apes, but as a Child's Garden of Gibbon it obstreperously fills the bill.
  3. Plekhanov tended to side with the Mensheviks, and so did an obstreperously brilliant newcomer named Lev Bronstein, who signed his fiery pamphlets with the name Trotsky.
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