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boisterously Meaning in Bengali

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Regency decorum by banning singing, humming, hurrying, and "behaving boisterously".

commonly associated with Wimbledon as a result of the often cheeky and boisterously macho behaviour of their players, who were in the habit of playing frequent.

backdrops of Theni, Avan Ivan illustrates the relationship between two boisterously playful half-brothers.

Fans, averaging over 15,000 per game, reacted so boisterously to his cheerleading that a formal protest was filed by one opponent after.

hard to be professional while chatting with the hulking half-clad man boisterously laughing.

Romeo and Juliet, during which the actor playing Romeo stops to shoot a boisterously laughing hippopotamus in the audience, then finds that the actress playing.

review in The New York Times, Vincent Canby called the film "an often boisterously funny old-time farce" and added "The movie may not hold together as any.

Blustering in from sea, With a rollicking song, he sweeps along, Swaggering boisterously.

Seated in the left field lower deck right behind him, the scouts boisterously cheered for him whenever he caught a fly ball for almost the entire game.

defined by the Concise Oxford Dictionary as: "Young women who behave in a boisterously assertive or crude manner and engage in heavy drinking sessions.

mishap, blindfolded and today on Friday and Saturday nights, youngsters boisterously pursue this fabled luck.

awaits you, and everyone will fall, none will return! Here, the warriors boisterously strike The swords against the shield so that it resounds! "And if this.

While The Atlanta Constitution initially reported that the crowd's were "boisterously good-natured", the crowds became more restless as the strike carried.

James Berardinelli wrote in ReelViews, "The film is so boisterously entertaining that it's easy for the unsuspecting viewer not to realize.

After they had slain Godi, the victorious chimps celebrated boisterously, throwing and dragging branches with hoots and screams.

forgiving with his analysis, but explained, "With its haphazard mix of boisterously crude comedy, romantic entanglements, class-conscious clashes and intensely.

Quinn boisterously (overacts) as only he can.

At the end of the drive, they boisterously take over part of the hotel where Harris used to work, much to the surprise.

The two livelier themes return and the work ends boisterously.

Three sailors on liberty boisterously arrive, have a drink (two of their number conning the third into paying).



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