Definition of Raucousness

1. Noun. The characteristic of being raucous. ¹



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Definition of Raucousness

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Medical Definition of Raucousness

1. The quality or state of being raucous. Origin: L. Raucus = hoarse This entry appears with permission from the Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology (11 Mar 2008)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Raucousness

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raubasine
raucid
raucities
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raucle
raucler
rauclest
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raucousness (current term)
raucousnesses
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raunchiest
raunchily

Literary usage of Raucousness

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1. Adventure Guide to Tampa Bay and Florida's West Coast by Chelle Koster Walton (2003)
"In contrast to circus raucousness, however, John Ringling was a man swayed by esthetics. The art he loved had a bit of three-ring showiness to it, ..."

2. The Midland by Frank Luther Mott, John Towner Frederick (1919)
"The voice of the old woman lost much of its raucousness as she continued. "Well, Lucy Ann, I'm sorry, but they ain't going to be no catalogue. ..."

3. The World War and Its Consequences: Being Lectures in the Course on by William Herbert Hobbs (1919)
"In this bleating of the lamb our ear detects a certain raucousness, and beneath the woolly exterior we fancy we can make out the familiar figure of the ..."

4. The World War and Its Consequences: Being Lectures in the Course on by William Herbert Hobbs (1919)
"In this bleating of the lamb our ear detects a certain raucousness, and beneath the woolly exterior we fancy we can make out the familiar figure of the ..."

5. Psychoanalysis and the Drama by Smith Ely Jelliffe, Louise Brink (1922)
"The raucousness of speech, sentiment and manner of the preacher fall at first upon an averted listener, timid, tremulous, waiting if she may discern ..."

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