obstreperous


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noisily and stubbornly defiant

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boisterously and noisily aggressive

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"While the trial court's frustration with an obstreperous defendant is understandable, the judge's disproportionate response is not.
With obstreperous and untrained drivers, bad conditioned auto with loud music, no regularisation seen yet, the economic hub of the country looks like an orphan city.
Indeed, without the obstreperous presence of the UK in the union, there will be less of a political reason to resist it.
Like the rest of the South Wales coalfield, the collective trauma of the miners' strike of 1984-5 showed these strong, decent communities at their very best, and I saw the truest nature of their obstreperous, mighty heart.
"My responsibility is to cooperate with the authorities and not with obstreperous, self-interested, publicity-seeking people...I'm not going to cooperate with such people," the former Union minister said.
I will cooperate with authorities and not with obstreperous and publicity seeking attempts by others," said Tharoor.
We have a bundle of stories about state legislation and (as if often the case) obstreperous judges eager to substitute their policy preferences for those of elected officials.
Prepare to see Republicans get a lot quieter and more cooperative, and the obstreperous forces on the left to get angrier and more intransigent.
The unhappy Sony executives report that Rothman has made their lives untenable with his micromanagement and obstreperous manner, which they say has also alienated talent agents, producers, directors, and actors, the sources said.
Her vampire father is angry, her werewolf father is crazy, and her obstreperous mother is both.
It was a while later, when being interviewed by an obstreperous reporter for the San Francisco Chronical, that he came out with the remark "In the movement we don't trust anyone over 30," which became a lightning rod for a generation.
At that time, an isolated and obstreperous China desperately sought India's help to resist western pressure to make a commitment to reducing carbon emissions.
It's an obstreperous subject for most of us as without it we wouldn't be here, yet puts us in an onerous position to give a view that is impartial and achromatic.
Insensitivity to and delay in registering FIR against those responsible for killing PAT workers in Model Town, Lahore has been the reason for the PAT leadership to become obstreperous. Recent failure of dialogue, government's decision to use force against the protesters and resultant killings in Islamabad have further aggravated the situation.
In the past I would have vacated the sofa sharpish, but as I grow older, I have become more obstreperous. I was there first.