Definitions for raucousˈrɔ kəs

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. raucous, strident(adj)

    unpleasantly loud and harsh

  2. raucous, rowdy(adj)

    disturbing the public peace; loud and rough

    "a raucous party"; "rowdy teenagers"


  1. raucous(Adjective)

    Harsh and rough-sounding.

    At night, raucous sounds come from the swamp.

  2. raucous(Adjective)

    Disorderly and boisterous.

    Acts of vandalism were committed by a raucous gang of drunkards.

  3. raucous(Adjective)

    loud and annoying

    the new neighbors had a raucous party.

  4. Origin: raucus (hoarse, husky, raucous)

Webster Dictionary

  1. Raucous(adj)

    hoarse; harsh; rough; as, a raucous, thick tone

  2. Origin: [L. raucus.]

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From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary

  • tapageuse, tapageur, chahuteur, rauque, chahuteuseFrench
  • rumoroso, chiassoso, rauco, rocoItalian
  • rengarengaMāori
  • хриплыйRussian

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