(Adjectives). Fetid, strong-smelling, smelly, malodorous, noisome, offensive, rank, rancid, reasty, mouldy, fusty, musty, stuffy, frowsty, foul, frowzy, olid, nidorous, stinking, rotten, putrescent, putrid, putrefying, mephitic, empyreumatic.
1 SOUND IN GENERAL
Science of Sound: Acoustics, Phonics, Phonetics, Phonology, Diacoustics.
(Verbs). To produce sound; to sound, make a noise, give out or emit sound, to resound.
(Adjectives). Sonorous, sounding, sonorific, sonoriferous, resonant, canorous, audible.
A silencer, mute, damper, sordine.
(Verbs). To be silent, etc.
(Phrases). To keep silence; to hold one's tongue; to hold one's peace.
To render silent, to silence, still, hush, stifle, muffle, muzzle, mute, damp, gag.
(Adjectives). Silent, still, noiseless, soundless, inaudible, hushed, etc., mute, mum, solemn, awful, deathlike.
(Phrases). Still as a mouse; deathlike silence; silent as the grave.
(Adverbs). Silently, softly, etc., sub silentio.
(Interjections). Hush! silence! soft! mum! whist! chut! tut!
Speaking-trumpet, megaphone, loud - speaker; microphone, resonator.
Artillery, cannon, thunder.
(Verbs). To be loud, etc., to resound, echo, re-echo, peal, swell, clang, boom, blare, thunder, fulminate, roar, whoop, shout, s'égosiller, deafen, stun 411.
(Phrases). To din in the ear; to pierce, split, or rend the ears, or head; to shout, or thunder at the pitch of one's breath, or at the top of one's voice; faire le diable à quatre.
(Adjectives). Loud, resounding, etc., high-sounding, big-sounding, deep, full, swelling, clamorous, blatant, plangent, vocal, vociferous, stunning, piercing, splitting, rending, deafening, ear-deafening, ear-piercing, obstreperous, blaring, deep-mouthed, open-mouthed, trumpet-tongued, uproarious, stentorian; in full cry.
(Phrase). Enough to split the head or ears.
(Adverbs). Loudly, aloud, etc., forte, fortissimo.
(Phrases). At the top of one's voice; in full cry.
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