obstreperous |əbˈstrepərəs; äb-|
noisy and difficult to control: : the boy is cocky and obstreperous.
See note at vociferous .
ORIGIN late 16th cent. (in the sense [clamorous, vociferous] ): from Latin obstreperus (from obstrepere, from ob- ‘against’ + strepere ‘make a noise’ ) + -ous .
adjective- the hotel manager was accustomed to dealing with obstreperous guests: unruly,unmanageable, disorderly, undisciplined, uncontrollable, rowdy,disruptive, truculent, difficult, refractory, rebellious, mutinous, riotous,out of control, wild, turbulent, uproarious, boisterous; noisy, loud,clamorous, raucous, vociferous; informal rambunctious. ANTONYMS quiet, restrained.
Quoted Directly from the Oxford American Dictionaries