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uproarious

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishuproariousup‧roar‧i‧ous /ʌpˈrɔːriəs/ adjective  LOUD/NOISYvery noisy, because a lot of people are laughing or shouting an uproarious partyuproariously adverb uproariously funny
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uproariousThe course ended with a magnificent banquet and uproarious party, despite the prospect of a 6.30 a.m. departure next day.
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