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obstreperous, adj.

1. Noisily and stubbornly defiant.
2. Aggressively boisterous.

[From Latin obstreperus, noisy, from obstrepere, to make a noise against : ob-, against; see ob- strepere, to make a noise (of imitative origin).]

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