Examples of noisemaker in a Sentence
All the guests had noisemakers and party hats.
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First there were the revelers who got an early jump on festivities by lighting noisemakers the weekend before the holiday.
Principal Kathy Garafola said as parents gathered at the front entrance and teachers and staff acquired pom-poms and noisemakers.
There was a lidless percussion box with a kid’s xylophone and noisemakers and shakers that Merritt and Gonson had bought at the Toys R Us in Framingham, Massachusetts, in the late eighties, and used in their early recordings.
Lights and noisemakers, some of them activated by radio collars on wolves, can frighten off the canids.
The incident happened earlier in May when her child popped a few of the noisemakers at the bus stop and brought them to Flippen Elementary School, Channel 2 reported.
The Army Corps proposal would install devices such as an electric barrier, noisemakers and water jets at the Brandon Road complex to block fish swimming upstream.
Richard Nixon’s election, like Trump’s, was interpreted in part as a reaction to the left’s cultural noisemakers.
And think of our dogs before lighting scary noisemakers near homes.
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NOISEMAKER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of noisemaker for English Language Learners
: a device (such as a horn) that is used to make noise at parties
NOISEMAKER Defined for Kids
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