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cacophony
used in Inheritance

4 uses
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Definition
loud confusing disagreeable sounds
  • A cacophony of hisses, yowls, and screams filled the night as the werecats sprang upon the soldiers and pulled them to the ground, tearing at them with claws and teeth.
    36 — The Word of a Rider (19% in)
  • The mental cacophony was so great, Eragon shielded himself from it and retreated to sit on one of Saphira's forelegs while he waited for the noise to subside.
    59 — War Council (85% in)
  • Around them, the light of the lanterns dimmed, and in his mind, Eragon seemed to hear the echo of thousands of voices: an unbearable cacophony of pains and joys innumerable, echoing forth from both the present and the past.
    68 — The Gift of Knowledge (81% in)
  • It was a strange cacophony, what with the bellows of Urgals intermingled with the melodious voices of the elves.
    72 — A Fitting Epitaph (27% in)

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