uncacophonous

cacophonous

[kuh-kof-uh-nuhs]
adjective
having a harsh or discordant sound.

Origin:
1790–1800; < Greek kakóphōnos. See caco-, -phone, -ous

cacophonously, adverb
uncacophonous, adjective


dissonant, strident, grating, raucous.
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cacophonous or cacophonic (kəˈkɒfənəs, ˌkækəˈfɒnɪk)
 
adj
jarring in sound; discordant; harsh
 
cacophonic or cacophonic
 
adj
 
cacophonously or cacophonic
 
adv
 
cacophonically or cacophonic
 
adv

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