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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishobstreperousob‧strep‧e‧rous /əbˈstrepərəs/ adjective formal  AGAINST/OPPOSEnoisy and refusing to do what someone asksawkwardobstreperously adverb
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obstreperousSome children placed on the drug became more subdued, less obstreperous.Out of power, he has been just as obstreperous, if somewhat less visible.
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