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You certainly have a right to cheer for your team but try not to become too _____ and unruly
partisan?
You told me partisan was wrong but its my only word left

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    Although it could possibly be partisan, boisterous is much better.

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    I used boisterous for The crowd is so boisterous that the umpire is booed every time he makes a decision against the home team

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    OK. Maybe partisan is the best word for the team sentence.

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