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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnoisynois‧y /ˈnɔɪzi/ ●●● S3 adjective (comparative noisier, superlative noisiest)  1 LOUD/NOISYsomeone or something that is noisy makes a lot of noise opp quiet The kids have been really noisy today. a noisy enginesee thesaurus at loud2 a place that is noisy is full of noise The bar was very noisy.noisily adverb He blew his nose noisily.
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noisyBars are too smoky and noisy.The nightclub was crowded and noisy.They are tame and noisy and build seaweed nests in the casuarina trees along the shores.All among the trees, the birds are thick as thieves and noisy as conventioneers.Noisy Environments: speech recognition is made difficult if interference is created by noisy machinery or extraneous conversations.People started to complain about his noisy motorbike.Their lives are being ruined by noisy neighbours.This often occurs in a phobic situation, such as a crowded noisy room, or under circumstances of tension.The place was full of noisy teenagers.I could sense the tension in the court as neighbours sought to give opinions to each other in noisy whispers.The night was noisy with its own nocturnal sounds.This idea of happiness was set among wood shavings in a noisy workshop.
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