strepitus

strep·i·tus

(strep'i-tŭs),
Rarely used term for a noise, usually an auscultatory sound.
[L.]
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strepitus

An older, nonspecific term for any noise (blowing, murmur, rale, sibilance) heard by auscultation.
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strepitus

(strĕp′ĭ-tŭs) [L.]
A sound or noise, as that heard on auscultation.
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Where it presently stands at the public roadside, it is an easy target for anyone who happens along, but it wistfully imagines an alternative setting: Felix, secreto quae nata est arbor in arvo Et soli domino ferre tributa potest; Non hominum strepitus audit, non illa rotarum.
Even worse, some have combined Stanley's `clypeales' with Blomfield's 'strepitus'.(14) The interpretation of [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] as denoting a clattering sound or the like, however it arose, is highly questionable.
In solis habitem locis, Hortos possideam atque agros, Illic ad strepitus aquae Musarum studiie fruar.
plurimum proficit sermo, quia minutatim inrepit animo: disputationes praeparatae et effusae audiente populo plus habent strepitus, minus familiaritatis ...