staticky

stat·ick·y

 (stăt′ĭ-kē)
adj.
1. Relating to or producing random noise accompanying transmitted or recorded sound.
2. Relating to or producing static electricity.

staticky

(ˈstætɪkɪ)
adj
1. informal US characterized by or resembling static
2. (General Physics) pertaining to or producing electrostatic charges
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The Ellis family tuned in to staticky reports on WTAR in an effort to keep up on what was happening in Europe.
The aged audio cassette--with a faded, half-peeled turquoise label--begins abruptly with a loud, staticky recording noise.
In Las Vegas it was lent significance out of a small radio, the crack of a bat and chatter of the crowd, a staticky voice in a faraway place narrating a player's advancement around the bases or clean snatch of a line drive.
Naopak system bezi kontinualne, neni staticky a nema pocatek ani konec.
Harriet was skinny and small, her hair was staticky and she wore big puffy satin headbands and pink plastic glasses.
But it took a staticky phone call in the scalding dun wastes of the Afar Triangle of Ethiopia to appreciate where--and how incredibly far--those lumpy brick sidewalks of Cambridge would lead me.
Eventually the boys wander off to someone else's yard to throw around a football, and as the sun rises higher, the neighborhood stirs with weekend sounds: barking dogs and staticky radios, bicycle spokes thrumming in the streets.
In the kitchen, you make a staticky noise and say it back.
Staticky You could feel the particles, but they weren't a picture.
IN 1998, ON A STATICKY television in a small Oaxaca town, I watched Mexico's most famous newscaster interview one of the country's most famous criminals.
The latest attempt: a government effort to use the staticky space between television channels.