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  • adj. cacophonous; harsh-sounding; unmusical


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  • He stands out as the soloist, backed up by the muted choir of millions of his fellows, their songs joining into one lovely cacophonious chorus all around us, my cricket friend and I, gathering volume as it travels across the sod fields in the darkness beyond the neighbour's barn.

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  • May the gods continue to make: dice-weir boxes superconfident low-level telepathic peccable language identical daydreamers dapperling Moadex re-do do’d denotating bike rustre mini cacophonious calmative worrywart, deck saga, novel sun scrogs unlikes a consortium of cliffs: Kenneth Goldsmith pride of place and joy to us here at hear right writing official counsel, dual reasoning: who deserves Pliny who’d answer their prayers if he could and

    “Name, a novel” by Toadex Hobogrammathon : Kenneth Goldsmith : Harriet the Blog : The Poetry Foundation


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