Definition of Noysome
1. noisome [adj] - See also: noisome
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Literary usage of Noysome
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Court Leet Records of the Manor of Machester, from the Year 1552 to the by Manchester (England). Court-Leet, John Parsons Earwaker, Manchester (England). Court-baron, Manchester (England). City Council (1886)
"... same from tyme to tyme that the[y] be not noysome or offencive either to ... keepeth a privie which is verie noysome to all passengers goeing through ..."
2. London: Its Celebrated Characters and Remarkable Places by John Heneage Jesse (1871)
"This field," writes Stow, " was for many years . environed and crossed with deep stinking ditches, and noysome common sewers, and was of former times ever ..."
3. Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of by Chetham Society (1904)
"A lane belonging to John Kenion is very noysome to the ... A lane between John Kenion and Nicholas Baguley is very noysome to the ..."
4. Memoirs of the City of London and Its Celebrities by John Heneage Jesse (1902)
"Morefield," on the contrary, is mentioned as a " most noysome and offensive place, being a general laystall, a rotten morish ground, whereof it first took ..."