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See definition of absonant on Dictionary.com
  • as inraucous
  • as inunreasonable
  • as inunreasoned
  • as inexorbitant

synonyms for absonant

  • discordant
  • harsh
  • loud
  • strident
  • acute
  • atonal
  • blaring
  • blatant
  • brusque
  • cacophonous
  • dissonant
  • dry
  • ear-piercing
  • grating
  • grinding
  • gruff
  • hoarse
  • husky
  • inharmonious
  • jarring
  • piercing
  • rasping
  • sharp
  • stertorous
  • thick
  • unharmonious
  • unmusical
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antonyms for absonant

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  • low
  • mild
  • soft
  • calm
  • quiet
  • subdued
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    How to use absonant in a sentence

    Absonant, ab′so-nant, adj. discordant: absurd: unnatural (with to or from)—opp.
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    WORDS RELATED TO ABSONANT

    • absonant
    • dear
    • enormous
    • exacting
    • expensive
    • extortionate
    • extreme
    • high
    • highway robbery
    • immoderate
    • inordinate
    • out of sight
    • outrageous
    • over one's head
    • overboard
    • overmuch
    • preposterous
    • pricey
    • steep
    • stiff
    • towering
    • unconscionable
    • undue
    • unreasonable
    • unwarranted
    • up to here
    • wasteful
    • absonant
    • acute
    • atonal
    • blaring
    • blatant
    • brusque
    • cacophonous
    • discordant
    • dissonant
    • dry
    • ear-piercing
    • grating
    • grinding
    • gruff
    • harsh
    • hoarse
    • husky
    • inharmonious
    • jarring
    • loud
    • piercing
    • rasping
    • sharp
    • stertorous
    • strident
    • thick
    • unharmonious
    • unmusical
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