Definition of cacophonous
: marked by cacophony : harsh-sounding like an old battlefield, once cacophonous with the clash of steel, the roar of cannon, the screams of wounded and dying men — Brian Moore
Examples of cacophonous in a Sentence
the cacophonous chaos on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange
Recent Examples of cacophonous from the Web
The spirit of that diaspora cuisine lives at Spice Symphony, a compact, cacophonous canteen near Curry Hill.
The forests on the island of Hawaii once rang with the cacophonous — sometimes almost human-sounding — cries, screams and yells of the Hawaiian crow, or ‘
The families of children who stop by Liberty Center on early Sunday mornings this holiday season aren’t just after a visit with Santa, but a respite from the cacophonous chaos that sometimes is the holiday season.
Nevertheless, the minds behind the platform are aware of the stereotypes about young black activists espousing a rudderless, cacophonous sort of anger, often offered by the president himself.
A sprawling, cacophonous city with flights volleying in from Europe and North America, Dakar is a fitting place to muster an international crew to overthrow an African government.
The ‘tonetacles’ of the Octopulse react to movement and light, transferring movements into information for an analogue synthesiser to convert into cacophonous noises.
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