Definition of obstreperously in English:

obstreperously

adverb

See obstreperous

  • ‘This isn't a case of the French behaving as obstreperously as the Americans.’
  • ‘The communist members of the Congress coalition are obstreperously opposed to too many market-friendly measures.’
  • ‘They laughed and hailed obstreperously whenever I spoke something they had not heard of or were interested in.’
  • ‘Losing to the sleepiest of the Swedes, he obstreperously slammed down his racket and curdlingly called out to the sky.’
  • ‘I'm don't feel the need to obstreperously express disdain for all sports.’

Pronunciation

obstreperously

/əbˈstrɛp(ə)rəsli/