raucousness


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rau·cous

 (rô′kəs)
adj.
1. Rough-sounding and harsh: raucous laughter.
2. Boisterous and disorderly: "a drunken and raucous party for his bachelor friends" (Louis Auchincloss).

[From Latin raucus.]

rau′cous·ly adv.
rau′cous·ness, rau′ci·ty (rô′sĭ-tē) n.
Translations
خُشونَة الصَّوْت
chraptivost
grovhedhæshed
hæsi
boğuklukkısıklık

raucousness

[ˈrɔːkəsnɪs] N (= harshness) → ronquedad f; (= loudness) → estridencia f

raucousness

n (of voice, laughter)Rauheit f, → Heiserkeit f; (of crowd)Rauheit f, → Barschheit f; (of party, music)Rauheit f

raucous

(ˈroːkəs) adjective
hoarse or harsh (and usually loud); a raucous voice.
ˈraucously adverb
ˈraucousness noun
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