noisily and stubbornly defiant;
boisterously and noisily aggressive;
"kept up an obstreperous clamor"
- He becomes obstreperous when he's had a few drinks.
- He becomes obstreperous when he's had a few drink s.
- In the class that day was an obstreperous man who was creating turmoil.
- The Master held up a hand for silence, and called the most obstreperous of the neophytes who had mocked forward, to where he and the end user sat.
- Giles Gosling himself was somewhat scandalized at the obstreperous nature of their mirth.
- If someone comes at you with a direct, obstreperous argument, try these unexpected, attentive responses: "Tell me.
He can appeal not only to the party main stream but to its obstreperous minority.出自：National Observer (US)