Antonyms for noisily
|Grammar : Adv|
|Spell : noi-zee|
|Phonetic Transcription : ˈnɔɪ zi|
Definition of noisilyOrigin :
- 1690s, "making noise," also "full of noise," from noise + -y (2). Earlier was noiseful (late 14c.). Related: Noisily; noisiness.
- As in bang : adv suddenly, with force
- As in loudly : adv audibly
- As in aloud : adv in a spoken voice, usually not softly
- All the instruments were loudly and noisily blown and beaten.
- Extract from : « Albert Durer » by T. Sturge Moore
- He lit his pipe with great display and sucked at it noisily.
- Extract from : « The Night Riders » by Ridgwell Cullum
- He drank greedily, noisily, nor ceased until he had drained the vessel.
- Extract from : « Captain Blood » by Rafael Sabatini
- It was only to lick his thick lips and gurgle 233 noisily in his fat throat.
- Extract from : « Once to Every Man » by Larry Evans
- They were relating their various exploits so noisily that scarcely a word could be heard.
- Extract from : « Hair Breadth Escapes » by T. S. Arthur
- But then Barry entered, and noisily claimed Nettie's promise.
- Extract from : « The Carpenter's Daughter » by Anna Bartlett Warner
- In the distance a red squirrel chattered happily and noisily.
- Extract from : « Left on the Labrador » by Dillon Wallace
- The outer door was noisily closed by the departing servants.
- Extract from : « The Yellow Claw » by Sax Rohmer
- I hear the criticism and the clamor of the noisily thoughtless and troublesome.
- Extract from : « In Our First Year of the War » by Woodrow Wilson
- Nearer and nearer came Bogle, noisily threshing the undergrowth.
- Extract from : « The Camp in the Snow » by William Murray Graydon
Synonyms for noisily
- head on
- out loud
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