stridulance

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stridulous or stridulant (ˈstrɪdjʊləs)
 
adj
1.  making a harsh, shrill, or grating noise
2.  pathol of, relating to, or characterized by stridor
 
[C17: from Latin strīdulus, from strīdēre to make a harsh noise. See strident]
 
stridulant or stridulant
 
adj
 
[C17: from Latin strīdulus, from strīdēre to make a harsh noise. See strident]
 
'stridulously or stridulant
 
adv
 
'stridulantly or stridulant
 
adv
 
'stridulousness or stridulant
 
n
 
'stridulance or stridulant
 
n

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