noisily : Definition, Usages, News and More

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naw i zuh lee

  • r  with much noise or loud and unpleasant sound
    he blew his nose noisily

  • They jabber noisily on phones in public.
  • McCain hasn't said he was for regime change, but he has rattled sabers noisily, joked about bomb-bomb-bombing Iran and surrounded himself with, and been funded by, Jewish .
  • He sips, noisily sloshes the wine along his tongue and, with practiced aplomb, spews a stream of Napa Valley Merlot into the sink of his wet bar.
News & Articles


  • Waldemar Januszczak in First Post
    Saatchi did not trigger the current enthusiasm for Chinese art,wrote Januszczak. "Instead, he jumped noisily onto a rolling band-wagon."
  • John Kerry in Boston Globe (registration)
    There he is over there,Kerry said. "He says, 'Help, help, help.' And when a gull began cackling noisily overhead, he said: The bird is affirming what I've said. If you want a translation, it's, 'George Bush, make it happen.' "
  • Adam Hart-Davis in
    Adam Hart-Davis, the television presenter and one of the judges, said: "The variety of subjects and styles was splendid, and picking the winners was, as ever, extremely difficult, with judges noisily championing a particular favourite photograph."

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