Thursday word of the day (on Monday) : obstreperous

I don't know what happened to the end of last week… oh well. Onward and upward!

Here's the Thursday word of the day on Monday:

1.resisting control or restraint in a difficult manner; unruly.
2.noisy, clamorous, or boisterous: obstreperous children.
from Dictionary.com Word of the day

I read this in the NY Times Arts section and loved the word. Here's an excerpt: Sterling Ruby is one of the most interesting artists to emerge in this century. That’s only eight years, of course, but the claim may stick. He makes obstreperous, richly glazed ceramic vessels that suggest charred remains; totemic sculptures webbed with mucousy, macramélike drips of resin; large, dark collages dotted with constellations of tiny images of artifacts; and drawings, photographs and short videos. full NY Times article

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