Bruissements machiniques, stridences
physiologiques, rires, plaintes et vociferations s'accumulent et etouffent la communication.
The apparently gratuitous stridence
of this repeated assertion gains its full meaning only when Read informs us that in a contemporary manifesto of the rival Futurists, Boccioni, Carra, Russolo and others had proclaimed "the Nude in painting is as sickening and deadly dull as adultery in literature.
Her argumentation is refreshingly theological, without polemic or stridence
scene; from the magnetism of Morris Hillquit and the stridence
of Benjamin Feigenbaum to the various heroisms of Ida B.
The press took up the cry, saying with increasing stridence
that the March was social dynamite and that violence was almost unavoidable.