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used in Catch-22

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excessively noisy and unrestrained
  • It did not seem just that these boisterous, immature young men should show up after all the work was done and be allowed to take possession of the most desirable tent on the island.
    Chapter 32 — Yo-Yo's Roomies (41% in)
  • While he waited, he spent each day shuffling rhythmically around the entrance of the operations tent, making boisterous wisecracks to everybody who came by and jocosely calling Sergeant Towser a lousy son of a bitch every time Sergeant Towser popped out of the orderly room.
    Chapter 6 — Hungry Joe (24% in)

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