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raucous

(raw′kŭs) [L. raucus, hoarse]
Hoarse, harsh, as the sound of a voice.
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The rocker Too Hot To Handle and epic Rock Bottom provided the climax to the set before the band were raucously recalled to encore with long-time favourites Doctor Doctor and the rapid fire Shoot Shoot.
The show - billed as "autobiographical, raucously political and accidently profound" - draws together three previous productions (include Underclass Hero, seen at Homotopia in 2011) in one evening.
New Year's Eve is raucously festive and fun, but it also is a solemn reminder that time ticks on.
CAIRO -- With a few weeks remaining before the first post-Revolution parliamentary elections take place, political parties and democratic alliances appear to be raucously crumbling.
Paradoxically, this same overabundance of signs, which serves as a visual treatise on modernist optics, also fabricates a raucously decorative rejoinder.
Instead, Flight is the raucously beating heart and monstrous voice hidden under its pleasantly green streets and university buildings, telling stories that don't fit in and don't exactly want to.
On the chance that negotiations will veer raucously off course, this session could be SRO.
She said there was a "seeming inabS ility to talk about this rationally rather than raucously".
By Alex ChickJermaine Beckford scored asAaLeeds UnitedAabeatAaManchester UnitedAa1-0 at Old Trafford in a famous FA Cup third round giant-killing.The League One side won a tumultuous encounter against their hated rivals to inflict Sir Alex FergusonAAEs first FA Cup defeat against lower league opposition in 21 years as United manager.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.The traveling supporters formed part of a 76,000 sell-out at Old Trafford, a heartening turn-out in light of some dismal FA Cup attendances on Saturday that had some observers speculating that the magic of the cup was dead.
" 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.