Antonyms for noisiest

Grammar : Adj
Spell : noi-zee
Phonetic Transcription : ˈnɔɪ zi

Definition of noisiest

Origin :
  • 1690s, "making noise," also "full of noise," from noise + -y (2). Earlier was noiseful (late 14c.). Related: Noisily; noisiness.
  • adj very loud and unharmonious in sound
Example sentences :
  • The prisoners were free, and their joy found vent in the noisiest demonstrations.
  • Extract from : « The Field of Ice » by Jules Verne
  • The noisiest and the roughest there forgot the jests they had made at Lunardi's expense.
  • Extract from : « Chatterbox, 1905. » by Various
  • "Well, twinnies, yours was the noisiest table in the room," she laughed.
  • Extract from : « The Wit and Humor of America, Volume X (of X) » by Various
  • They are like our flies; our flies are the noisiest, most intrusive, most impertinent creatures.
  • Extract from : « A Woman's Will » by Anne Warner
  • She had learned to accept with philosophy the noises of the noisiest of cities.
  • Extract from : « Athalie » by Robert W. Chambers
  • Altogether, it was the noisiest, dustiest, most harum-scarum race that can be imagined!
  • Extract from : « When Life Was Young » by C. A. Stephens
  • In the tiniest, noisiest noon his spirit is flooded with the stars.
  • Extract from : « The Lost Art of Reading » by Gerald Stanley Lee
  • We had four askaris, one of whom was the noisiest man I have ever heard.
  • Extract from : « In Africa » by John T. McCutcheon
  • Villona and Riviere were the noisiest, but all the men were excited.
  • Extract from : « Dubliners » by James Joyce
  • And this feeling is very strong amongst the noisiest Irish howlers.
  • Extract from : « The Letters of Charles Dickens » by Charles Dickens

Synonyms for noisiest

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