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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishboisterousbois‧ter‧ous /ˈbɔɪstərəs/ adjective  ENERGETICsomeone, especially a child, who is boisterous makes a lot of noise and has a lot of energy a class of boisterous five-year-olds
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boisterousDan's a nice boy, but rather boisterous.They were incredibly noisy and boisterous.He was very loud and boisterous about being gay, and he lost.She had been boisterous and sharp, a humorous woman, a woman of decision.A large, boisterous crowd poured into the bar, singing and shouting noisily.During his speech police in riot gear watched over a boisterous crowd.I envisioned play would be a static simulation of the boisterous on-the-floor rivalries I shared with my siblings.
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