Definition of boisterousness in English:

boisterousness

noun

  • See boisterous

    • ‘Towards the end, Sam's boisterousness bordered on belligerence.’
    • ‘Scenes percolate with the natural interplay of friends and neighbors, giving rise to a barely suppressed boisterousness.’
    • ‘Amazingly, Branagh proves himself more than equal to the task, bringing a sunny boisterousness to Much Ado About Nothing that is both charming and fresh.’
    • ‘This year there was boisterousness earlier in the evening as guests at the table where Watson was sitting were heckled for chatting loudly during a performance by violinist Nicola Benedetti.’
    • ‘They approached the town with a type of weary boisterousness and slowed to a halt when reaching the gates.’

Pronunciation

boisterousness

/ˈbɔɪst(ə)rəsnəs/