clangor


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Synonyms for clangor

a loud resonant repeating noise

make a loud resonant noise

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make a loud noise

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Infame honor de la crinita plebe, rigida es sierpe, cuyo acento ronco en clangor sibilante se introduce, trompa funesta del certamen loco.
In these same writings, the thunder of cannons, the clangor of bells, the sounds of traffic and artisanal work, and the roaring of animals and spectators in the Bear Gardens are matched by the equally challenging cacophony of spoken words.
Looking at the photographs, I could easily imagine the road's demolition and the attendant clangor, an urban cacophony that is all too familiar around Rio today.
Nessa linha, se descontextualizarmos a critica de Chichorro Junior, os menos desavisados poderiam ter conviccao de que se dirigia a Republica e nao a Monarquia, quando se revoltava e dizia, "O que fazem os ladroes durante a noite, fazem os conquistadores em pleno sol, no meio do clangor das trombetas, do retinir das espadas, do rufar dos tambores, do ribombar da artilheria: ambos procuravam viver do trabalho alheio, poupando os proprios exforcos.
In the decades since the public memory of the Second World War and its approach has dimmed under the impact of new terrors, the Chamberlain name, usually identified with Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain's notoriety as the champion of the pre-war policy of appeasing the European dictators, no longer launches a clangor of political opprobrium.
Stride," the rhyme word, may seem momentarily to be imprecise in its reference to the loud clangor of bells, but the word fittingly prepares the reader's expectant ear for the splendid apt metaphor of "walk through time" at the verse's close.
with such a clangor as sublimes the most vulgar ayre into transcendent harmony: what in a chamber would be dull is there all spirit; such is the vertue of magnificence even of sounds, to which must be added that of the apparatus, decoration and illumination of a spacious theater, which with the splendor of the company, must needs affect the spirits of the auditory with soveraigne pleasure.
He urged the over-civilized man to escape the clangor of the wearisome city for green hills and tall forests, to "go where he can hunt, capture, and cook his own meat, erect his own shelter, do his chores.
In 1571 northwestern Europe was remote from the clangor of battle in the Mediterranean or in Hungary.
The first is clangor, the second is hangar (sometimes), and the third is languor.
The strains of the Irish and Welch may be referred to the harp; the dance tunes of Spain to the guitar; the mountain airs of the Swiss to the haunting horn; the music of the Turks to the rhythmical clangor of the ancient Greeks" (p.
The resulting emotional clangor has taught me something about that perennial spiritual vexation, attachment.
If one seeks, as O'Donovan puts it, the "Holy Mystery at the center of our lives," if we dare to seek the quiet such a pursuit requires and rest, if just for a moment, in the dazzling, outrageous reality of God with us, then it is impossible to keep at bay the clangor of a haunting dissonance.
Later, after the dogs had got through sniffing and yapping and the neighborhood woke to the building clangor of a Saturday morning in March--doors slamming, voices rising and falling, and engines of every conceivable bore and displacement screaming to life--she sat with Doug at the kitchen table and stared out into the gray vacancy of the back yard, where it had begun to rain.
What she gives "The Immortal"--partly through the music of Camara Kambon and Diamanda Galas and the incredible sound design of Pelayo Gutierrez--is the aural atmosphere of a horror movie: Jungle screech becomes scream; scene changes are punctuated by thunderous clangor.