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Synonyms for blaring

marked by extremely high volume and intensity of sound

Synonyms for blaring

a loud harsh or strident noise

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unpleasantly loud and penetrating

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Sometimes three or four are blaring at once at nearby houses.
The pitch of a blaring car horn rises as the vehicle approaches and falls as it moves away.
soldiers driving bulldozers, with jazz blaring from loudspeakers, have uprooted ancient groves of date palms as well as orange and lemon trees in central Iraq as part of a new policy of collective punishment of farmers who do not give information about guerrillas attacking U.
The terminal occupies the northern edge of the Piazzale ex Scuole, a long rectangular square the southern part of which is given over to car parking, making it a dynamic, blaring hub of traffic and activity.
There's something serene amidst the chaos, the cramped tents, gritty food, blaring loudspeakers and ravers.
Although the play's Nehru jackets and blaring Supremes soundtrack were obviously relics of the past, it remained clear that the trauma of the closet--with its power to contain or release an individual--is still very much with us.
The older one gets, the more of a stretch it is--especially considering the blaring soundtrack of No Doubt, inspirational snowboard-inspired rock, and the fact that there's all sorts of mall lurkers staring at you through the fence, but I think it can be good for kids.
It's a community of people who have never met each other, nor wish to: today's Times Square at ground level, below the blaring spectacle.
In a typical music store, the answer would be no, because at that point the extremely loud, harsh music blaring over the store's sound system would remind me that I was about to pay at least $12 for a CD, only to get it home and discover that I like only one song.
A young boy sat listening to the sounds of the urban landscape outside his window - honking car horns, blaring ambulance sirens, the continual background hum of people on the move.
With pine boughs swaying and the sun blaring down, the magic began as we approached the memorial wall.
They parade up and down the street at all times of the day and night, except when they're in school, blaring out quotes from popular marching band tunes on their trumpets, tubas, trombones, and drums.
We leave lights on when we leave rooms, leave TVs and radios blaring, and keep many of our electronic gadgets in "sleep" mode, which still drains the grid.
However, locals annoyed with the blaring music called up the police and Burke was asked to wrap up the celebrations.
When you have the opposing team's fight song blaring when you walk in, you start laughing.