Definition Of obstreperous
noisy and difficult to control.
the boy is cocky and obstreperous
Example Of obstreperous
Already he could hear the growing clamor of his three obstreperous children.
Also at the home is an obstreperous new resident named Patrick, an ex-alcoholic who develops a close relationship with Clara, believing her to be a lost love from the Second World War.
And they'll indicate whether a patient was noisy and needed medication or if they were obstreperous and perhaps needed to be placed in a straight jacket or tied to the bed.
Anyway, I'm feeling obstreperous , so what exactly should the US do in the conduct of future war?
At 178 pounds was the one and only Cassius Clay, who was cantankerous, garrulous and obstreperous .