din[ din ]SEE DEFINITION OF din
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIN
The frantic movement and din of shrieks disturbed Uncle Peter.
Groans and cheers were mingled, and his voice at first was drowned by the din.
Amid the din and dust little but destruction can be discerned.
The din and roar of life was to him what the voice of the sea is to the sailor.
The din is so confusing, and your aunt is quite right—one ought to make a list.
The din of the drinkers subsided at length, and toper after toper was helped to his bed.
Charged was the air of Worcester with the din of that fierce massacre.
"It had been a miracle if you had with this din," answered La Boulaye.
You will know when we have closed with the enemy, the din will be loud enough.
Suddenly above the din of the elements a shout sounded in the night.
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