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cacophonousPart of speech: Adjective Usage examples "cacophonous":
- Shouts and jeers and horns; the roaring scream of fire engines; people running and shouting; Ventura at Laurel Canyon was a cacophonous maelstrom. - "The Glory of Ippling", Helen M. Urban.
- She had a black eye which the cacophonous fiend had probably given her, and she grinned like a happy child of nature. - "The Morals of Marcus Ordeyne", William J. Locke.
- Sometimes he's an ugly little cacophonous brown sparrow; sometimes he's a splendid florid money- lender, or an aproned and obsequious greengrocer, or a trusted friend, hearty and familiar. - "The Cardinal's Snuff-Box", Henry Harland.