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Hot SAT Words Lessons 11-20
LESSON # 18 SOUND SENSATIONS!
ACOUSTICS n. the quality of sound; pertaining to how it is heard based on the quality and structure of the room
ACOUSTICS Always fascinated by sound, Ed studied to be an ACOUSTICAL engineer.
N. Lack of harmony; loud and unpleasant noise; a racket
CACOPHONY The clash of metal on the rocks created a CACOPHONY that was hard to bear.
CLAMOR N. unpleasant sound; noise
CLAMOR How can I concentrate with that CLAMOR of pots and dishes going on in the kitchen?
DIN n. Ongoing loud sound; noise
DIN The DIN of the bulldozer at work next door made it impossible for us to hear each other.
DISCORDANT Adj. lacking harmony or agreement
DISCORDANT The first sign of DISCORD between Jenny and Harvey was the shouting match they had after school.
EUPHONY n. pleasing sound
EUPHONY Junior’s violin screeching sounded EUPHONIOUS only to his parents. Everyone else was appalled.
MELLIFLUOUS Adj. sweet and smooth sounding
Because of his MELLIFLUOUS voice, Grant was hired as a radio announcer.
RAUCOUS Adj. Coarse- sounding; loud and unruly
RAUCOUS Adj. Coarse- sounding; loud and unruly
RAUCOUS The RAUCOUS strikers yelled obscenities at passersby.
STRIDENT Adj. Shrill; high-pitched
STRIDENT Joe’s harsh words set a STRIDENT tone for the meeting.
VOCIFEROUS Adj. loud and noisy regarding one’s own voice, especially shouting; demanding clamorous
VOCIFEROUS Danny VOCIFEROUSLY denied cutting class.
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Phon, phono, phone= sound, voice. cacophony (n) Harsh sounds; bad noise.
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Aud = Hear Phon = Sound Son = Sound. Audible (adj.)- loud enough to be heard. (adj.)- loud enough to be heard. The puppy’s whimper was barely audible.
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( adj. ) – harsh, grating, loud Examples: Synonyms : Vociferous, harsh, clamorous, discordant Antonyms : Soft, yielding, harmonious strident.
There is a louder shout to come, theres a sweeter song to hear All the nations with one voice, all the people with one fear.
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= sound, voice Word List: phon, phono, phone harsh sounds; bad noise cacophony https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pla yer_embedded&v=YpjJNavdrmc.
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