Antonyms for noisy

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

Definition of noisy

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 effort to make them "disgorge" is as continual as it is noisy, and, as a rule, futile.
  • Extract from : « 'Tis Sixty Years Since » by Charles Francis Adams
  • Now I'm going on a tour of exploration and noisy admiration.
  • Extract from : « Grace Harlowe's Return to Overton Campus » by Jessie Graham Flower
  • Never was I in such a noisy, roystering, singing, lounging place.
  • Extract from : « The Roof of France » by Matilda Betham-Edwards
  • We hear of no more disturbances; the fact was that the audiences were too thin to be noisy.
  • Extract from : « Handel » by Edward J. Dent
  • There was that noisy wind again, but this time it was gentler than it had been in the city.
  • Extract from : « A Little Book of Profitable Tales » by Eugene Field
  • How noisy and romping the brook was; how capricious, how playful, how furtive!
  • Extract from : « A Little Book of Profitable Tales » by Eugene Field
  • And quiet—quiet to gloom, did the inn, so noisy overnight, seem by morning.
  • Extract from : « Night and Morning, Complete » by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  • No, my dear, you are too noisy; these children are quite spoiled, Mr. Aubrey.
  • Extract from : « Alice, or The Mysteries, Complete » by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  • Pauline was as cold and calm as Sophie was charming talkative, and noisy.
  • Extract from : « My Double Life » by Sarah Bernhardt
  • He would find it noisy and tedious, even if it were intelligible.
  • Extract from : « Punchinello, Vol. 1, No. 13, June 25, 1870 » by Various

Synonyms for noisy

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