Use Cacophony in a sentence
Meaning: [noun]unpleasant and disturbing loud noises;
A cacophony of ships’sirens filled the air.
They played rock, which to me was a meaningless cacophony.
Liverpool entered the pitch to a cacophony of noise.
A cacophony of voices in a many foreign languages filled the classroom.
The world has a cacophony of contradicting ideas and philosophies.
I hate this cacophony of car horns in big cities like Istanbul.
There is a ceaseless cacophony of motorcycle horns, loud music and yelling voices in the main street of the town.
When you listen to the school band, a cacophony of violins, clarinets and trumpets fills the air.
The open outcry floor became a cacophony of shouting traders and pit cards.
This painting style created a cacophony of colors and forms with a very pleasing appearance.