Are you ready to make some noise? Good! Because today’s words are loud just like the summer nights ahead.
Boisterous [boi-ster-uhs, -struhs] (adj.):
1. rough and noisy; noisily jolly.
2. rough and stormy.
Anything could happen in this boisterouscity.
Plangent [plan-juhnt] (adj.):
resounding loudly, especially with a plaintive sound, like a bell.
Not caring that it was 2:00 a.m., he turned up the radio and let the plangent music fill the corners of the sleeping neighborhood.
7 thoughts on “Noisy Words: Boisterous and Plangent”
Thanks for visiting my blog. Words as so important to readers and writers. It’s always good to branch out and try some new ones.
Oh, I like that, ‘plangent’. Never heard that word before 😀
Love new vocab words 🙂
Wooo Hoooo! Willy Nilly learned a new word today. 🙂
Glad to hear that! 🙂