noisemaker

[noiz-mey-ker]
noun
a person or thing that makes noise, as a reveler on New Year's Eve, Halloween, etc., or a rattle, horn, or similar device used on such an occasion.

Origin:
1565–75; noise + maker

noisemaking, noun, adjective
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noisemaker (ˈnɔɪzˌmeɪkə)
 
n
(US), (Canadian) something, such as a clapper or bell, used to make a loud noise at football matches, celebrations, etc
 
'noisemaking
 
n, —adj

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Example sentences
Apparently, it's the loop in a whip that is the real noisemaker.
She manages to be at once a closed book and a constant noisemaker.
Some types of bothersome or irritating noise are illegal, and you can take
  steps to get the noisemaker to quiet down.
Yellow duck-shaped inflatable float w/ or w/o duck-theme décor, with squeezable
  noisemaker.
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