cacophonous

[ kuh-kof-uh-nuhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF cacophonous

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Mr. Landon Ronald expressed sympathy with musicians who were handicapped by cacophonous or undignified names.

She had a black eye which the cacophonous fiend had probably given her, and she grinned like a happy child of nature.

Through the halls resounded the cacophonous clangour of a cracked gong announcing dinner.

In Orocué they always began their cacophonous serenade at nightfall, and kept it up uninterruptedly until the following morning.

Yet again, he talks vaguely of the intricate polyphony of a cosmic orchestra, cacophonous to our dull ears.

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