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(31) Through my tears, as I went out to run some errands, I noticed the boisterous orange blossoms of the gladiolus outside my window.
(32) A boisterous festivity or celebration; merrymaking. Often used in the plural.
(33) And Mardi Gras , today, is a boisterous, bacchanalian splurge of music and mayhem.
(34) It has boisterous go - go bars, clamorous discos and tumultuous nightclubs.http://sentencedict.com/boisterous.html
(35) This is a among the people ceremonious, the most boisterous tradition festival of our country.
(36) At these business dinners, meaningless chitchat and boisterous toasts take up most of the time. Those who really want to discuss something can't get a word in edgewise and end up just wasting time.
(37) Emboldened by the current global financial crisis, anti - free - market critics have grown increasingly boisterous.
(38) My father seemed to transform each Monday, from a boisterous, opinionated cook to a more cautious, buttoned-up office manager.
(39) The Code Cowboy is really just a loud , boisterous version of The Ninja.
(40) He was a boisterous, pallid, nimble, wide-awake, jeering , lad, with a vivacious but sickly air.
(41) Ritchie a boisterous, likeable, well - built youngster, and he was a useful footballer.
(42) Even the too-near table of boisterous boys contributes to its euphony.
(43) He had done too many boisterous things -- alienated too many people.
(44) A boisterous crowd gathered at the international airport in Senegal's capital, Dakar, for an official ceremony to inaugurate the country's newest regional carrier, Senegal Airlines.
(45) Engaging in boisterous , drunken merrymaking, we caroused whole night.
(46) Though these scenes lend black humor and boisterous vitality to the opera, they are musically flat-footed.
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