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raucous

(raw′kŭs) [L. raucus, hoarse]
Hoarse, harsh, as the sound of a voice.
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BEIRUT: It's a pattern more commonly found warming the legs of elderly people in nursing homes or bouncing raucously against the pale knees of reeling men in the Outer Hebrides, but somehow the bold wall-to-wall tartan carpeting at the Vendome Hotel's revamped Sydney's restaurant works.
Cadbury's seafaring epic is fantastic to look at and raucously scored.
On the chance that negotiations will veer raucously off course, this session could be SRO.
It will go down as one of the greatest wins in the history of a club whose recent history has provided few bright spots, and was celebrated raucously by the 9,000 fans who crossed the Pennines to witness history.
Many senior leaders raucously said Modi's projection as a natural successor of Advani created confusion in the minds of the electorate," said an analyst.
About bidding a raucously loving farewell to summer.
Shadow And Praise" is quietly satisfying and raucously entertaining reading which is very highly recommended to those who appreciate literary excellence combined with a lyrical imagination.
Your Heart Alone Is Not Enough, their latest single, was slightly reworked to accommodate the absence of Nina Persson of The Cardigans, but like most of their new material it was raucously received.
Still, what's on screen is amusing enough, though rarely raucously so.
According to reports in Belarus the two players spent the entire journey raucously drinking vodka, before Strakhanovich was thrown off the train.
In the transition, two key cast members were retained: Julie White as Diane, who raucously chews up the modern minimalist scenery; and Johnny Galecki (late of Roseanne) as the sexually ambivalent hustler Alex, who's given much opportunity to show off his pint-size buffness and prove himself the whore with a heart of gold.
Songs range from raw thrashes to straight-ahead rock with a short detour to roots-tinged folk rock, raucously mixing in a little sex, a few drugs, a touch of politics, and rock and roll.