Word – Cacophony
Cacophony – Word of the day
an unpleasant mixture of loud sounds.
The roots of cacophony belonged to the Greek. In Greek, Kakos meant ‘bad’ and phoni meant ‘sound’. Thus, cacophony means ‘a harsh discordant combination of sounds.’
- When we entered the zoo, there was a cacophony of sounds from the animals.
- There was a cacophony of sounds while every car honked in the traffic.
- There was a cacophony of sounds over my room as the party continued tonight.
- The cacophony of loud music drowned out her voice.
- He was interrupted by the sudden cacophony of the dogs barking.
- Surprisingly, there’s a wonderful cacophony of sounds coming from the theatre!
- It was a cacophony of screams at the horror house during Halloween!
- All the cellphones began ringing at the same time, it was a cacophony of ringtones!
- The school principal tried to quiet the cacophony the loud noises of students.
- Her singing was more of a cacophony!