Speak or act in a way designed to attract a lot of attention or publicity: he knows how to make a noise and claim police harassment
More example sentences
- It is understandable that he should recognise that it is easier to make a noise and win some superficial public recognition on a celebrity game show than in the Commons.
- Oddly, instead of boldly making a noise about its intentions, unexpected popularity made the Government proceed with caution and too many over-the-shoulder glances.
- ‘I think this review is just something they've come up with because we've been making a noise,’ said the man, who does not want to be identified.