Most cacophony events were one-off affairs, just enough to jam the culture a bit before moving on.
Truth, truthiness, in this mass media cacophony we live in, comes up something for grabs.
Badges hanging from their necks boast small national flags, and a cacophony of accents represents more than 20 countries.
Is democracy helped or harmed by the cacophony of opinions online?
To help cut through the cacophony of positive and negative economic reports this month, we turned to a Nobel laureate.
Undeterred by but four hours' rest, punctually at six the cacophony of brass began again.
Then it was cacophony, a thousand different shouting voices.
Men to me were a sort of musical instrument from which I could evoke any harmony or cacophony I chose.
A cacophony of loud shouts from behind him told of the arrival of reinforcements.
There was a cacophony of hisses in her toothless mouth, enough to make all the dogs in Paris howl.