Origin of cacophonous
SYNONYMS FOR cacophonous
Related formsca·coph·o·nous·ly, adverbun·ca·coph·o·nous, adjective
Examples from the Web for cacophonous
Their shocked glee was cacophonous: for many conservatives, the glitterati of Hollywood are a bunch of sneering atheists.
The halftime show, especially, is a cacophonous display of shock and awe.
Through the halls resounded the cacophonous clangour of a cracked gong announcing dinner.The Day of Days|Louis Joseph Vance
Yet again, he talks vaguely of the intricate polyphony of a cosmic orchestra, cacophonous to our dull ears.A Book of Prefaces|H. L. Mencken
In Orocué they always began their cacophonous serenade at nightfall, and kept it up uninterruptedly until the following morning.Up the Orinoco and down the Magdalena|H. J. Mozans