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raucous

(raw′kŭs) [L. raucus, hoarse]
Hoarse, harsh, as the sound of a voice.
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NEWSBOY'S 1-2-3 1 RAUCOUS 2 FLAVIUS TITUS 3 GROWL RAUCOUS is capable of giving a good account at rewarding odds.
Rather than taking final instructions from a coach or forming a huddle for the captain to give a late reminder of everyone's responsibilities, the men in the famous black and white hooped jerseys launched into raucous song.
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Seders there were a raucous affair: not only because of us unruly cousins, but because of my grandparents.
The Scot, who beat prostate cancer diagnosed on the same day that he found he'd got Parkinson's, has retained a raucous sense of humour.
Then look no further than this unrelentingly rude, raucous and foul-mouthed romp in which said grandpa (De Niro) takes his grandson Jason (Efron) off to Florida for spring break.