Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of cacophony.

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Examples

  • Are we actually supposed to take sabbaticals to search through their turgid cacophonies for a melody?

    If tokenism is what it takes to get on, so be it | Barbara Ellen

  • Why, there are gibbering morons and jabbering blowhards, ersatz culture and artificial cacophonies, bleats of commerce and compulsations of advertisers!

    What Is On The Ol' Radio Machine?

  • Why, there are gibbering morons and jabbering blowhards, ersatz culture and artificial cacophonies, bleats of commerce and compulsations of advertisers!

    Archive 2010-01-01

  • In eighteenth-century England and Revolutionary France, the masks, indecent parodies, musical cacophonies and outlandish costumes of street festivals often provided a convenient cover for insurrectionary activities.

    Sunday, January 28, 2007

  • Important issues are often not heard or discussed because of these unpleasant cacophonies of cynicism and negativism.

    MORE RUBBISH FROM RUSH

  • Important issues are often not heard or discussed because of these unpleasant cacophonies of cynicism and negativism.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • Dizzying surges in the ears, biting smells, ringing cacophonies of elusive patterns, queasy perturbations of the inner organs -- a Trainee had to know how these might convey meaning.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • A maelstrom of noise surrounded him: persuasive, singsong arguments of merchants, loud cries of outrage from overcharged cus'tomers, background cacophonies from minstrels and flutists, even sporadic clangs of daggers against shields or gauntlets.

    Emperor of Ansalon

  • Colored lights and cacophonies whirled around Foyle.

    The Stars My Destination

  • Colored lights and cacophonies whirled around Foyle.

    The Stars My Destination

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