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- n. The characteristic of being boisterous.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The state or quality of being boisterous; turbulence; disorder; tumultuousness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or quality of being boisterous; rough, noisy behavior; turbulence.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a turbulent and stormy state of the sea
- n. the property of being noisy and lively and unrestrained
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Covering women in the name of religious piety is anathema to the heart of France's libidinous boisterousness, which is rooted in the rejection of publicly religious declarations regardless of religion.
He has an agreeable kind of boisterousness, also, that should be fun to dance to.
In the video, a Jets fan gets hauled out of the Charger stadium, apparently for too much boisterousness in favor of the visiting team.
Clearly their boisterousness was meant to impress the girl.
In Beethoven's Variations on an Original Theme, Op. 44, the trio contrasted the music's delicacy with sheer boisterousness.
There's inter-band boisterousness, earlobe-biting, plenty of "gruelling" press interviews, and some genuinely touching footage of the band trying to cover up Dougie's post-break-up Priory stint.
I tire of the labour of thinking, and, when the table is finished, start practical jokes and set all playing at games, which we carry on with bucolic boisterousness.
He looks like a Weeble and his unstoppable boisterousness keeps him always on the verge of falling down.
He often got chastised by other parents for things like pushing another child off the sandbox ledge in a moment of exuberance, although he did it not from anger but out of boisterousness.
A reader sends along a copy of a breathless invitation that he received from Matthew Stadler, a Randy Gragg comrade in pretention and tortured artist-type gay author who puts together "presentations/symposia/bacchanals in Portland, Oregon, replete with food, drink, music, and general boisterousness garlanding the central pleasure of bright intellects voicing their excellent texts, winging it in conversation, and screening or presenting various textual and visual delights."
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