Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition © William Collins Sons & Co. I will not deny, but I have no unaccommodating prejudiced habits.She disposed of that obstreperous individual most summarily.And presently Jan was sleeping almost as soundly as her obstreperous niece.
We try to review as many of these votes as possible to make sure we have the right answers.And everyone was scared to talk to you."[Schiano] tried so hard to be a hard ass and went out of his way to be rude.When you'd pass him in the hallway, you might say, 'Good morning,' and he'd look at you like you're a [expletive] idiot.Little Fay was as obstreperous as Tony was disagreeably silent and aloof.
The obstreperous mother of the pretended groom was—Captain Loreuil!"None of your tricks on travelers," said he, in his obstreperous way.