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Definition of "cacophonic" [cac•o•phon•ic]

  • Discordant (adjective)
  • Unmusical (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "cacophonic" in a sentence
  • "Still, the talent itself was impressive enough to get us past the few times it was too cacophonic in the singing ring."
  • "Who wants to be in a crowded, cacophonic room, when one's own soul-centering salon beckons?"
  • "In notes about the latter film, the director urged audiences to "exalt in the excessive excellence of exhausted funds as they funnel into a whirlpool of wonder and weirdness made palpable in a cacophonic cascade of indescribable incoherence.""