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  • n. Plural form of noisemaker.

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Examples

  • They were required to check their dinners, too, as well as any accessories, such as noisemakers and drums, "reasonably likely to disrupt the proceedings," a warning sign by the entrance explained.

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  • Attendees were greeted with a sign at the entrance of Cooper Union warning that: “items that are reasonably likely to disrupt the proceedings, such as noisemakers and drums, are prohibited and may not be brought into the meeting venue.”

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  • Sam moves around in shadows, climbs pipes, hangs from ledges, and employs distraction aids such as noisemakers and small electromagnetic pulses.

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  • They're looking at options used in other communities, such as noisemakers or different lighting.

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  • There are 5 "noisemakers", which consist of 3 gates (one goes "moo" and the others "neigh" and "oink" with the appropriate picture of an animal on the respective gates).

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  • Vendors sold hats and noisemakers, camera crews prepared TV sets and the mood was festive as partiers prepared for the chilly evening ahead, when temperatures are expected to dip into the mid-30s.

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  • Diana would have chuckled at the notion that her son and Kate might never have met were it not for the lucrative market in Mylar balloons, paper hats, and noisemakers.

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  • All the bells in town rang; our neighbors banged on the walls and filled the streets with noisemakers and hollered about the new century.

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  • Evie, Buzz, Pete, Walt, Nate, Gertie, Susie Q, and a few of the breakfast regulars popped up from behind the counter blowing on noisemakers.

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  • Liberal gene or no, I have to worry that's turning civic debate into the rhetorical equivalent of shooting noisemakers at each other.

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