noisily

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noisy +‎ -ly

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noisily ‎(comparative more noisily, superlative most noisily)

  1. in a noisy manner; in such a way as to create a great deal of noise or sound
    They talked noisily and long into the night.
    • 2011 June 4, Phil McNulty, “England 2 - 2 Switzerland”, in BBC[1]:
      Wembley was noisily registering its unrest with Capello and England when Johan Djourou's foul on Jack Wilshere gave Frank Lampard the opportunity to pull a goal back from the spot before the interval and provide the foundations for a second-half recovery.

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