Synonym: coarse, gruff, harsh, hoarse, husky. Similar words: raucously, cousin, courteous, courageous, bucolic, fraud, trauma, sauce. Meaning: ['rɔːkəs] adj. 1. unpleasantly loud and harsh 2. disturbing the public peace; loud and rough.
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1. He burst into raucous laughter .
2. I heard the raucous call of the crows.
3. I heard sounds of raucous laughter upstairs.
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4. They heard a bottle being smashed, then more raucous laughter.
5. Raucous laughter came from the next room.
6. The atmosphere became increasingly raucous.
7. They told dirty jokes and sang raucous ballads.
8. The party was becoming rather raucous.
9. I recognized him by his raucous, penetrating laugh.
10. A group of raucous students spilled out of the bar.
11. They grew more and more raucous as the evening went on.
12. No one turned a hair at your raucous laughter.
13. A howl of raucous laughter came from the kitchen.
14. Some raucous laughter followed the ribald remark.
15. The scene at the Mayflower was far more raucous.
16. Raucous crowds yelled and cheered.
17. Seagulls swooped and planed overhead laying raucous claim to some scrap of food in the possession of one of them.
18. Each new revelation was greeted with raucous shouts of impatience.
19. One raucous speech by Michael Portillo at a Conservative party conference undoes a dozen quiet constructive ones.
20. He sat and finished his drink,(sentencedict.com) ignoring the raucous voices from the other end of the bar.
21. One television commercial showed a couple at a raucous party, getting friendly as they talk about the lottery.
22. Just then the raucous clamour of alarm bells sounded from all over the house and from the basement area ahead of him.
23. One wonders, indeed, if the raucous atmosphere of other grounds would not be a relief to Thomond Park kickers.
24. Although Great Groups experience their moments of near despair, they are more often raucous with laughter.
25. And it was wolfed down like fast food, digested with a raucous burp.
26. A whole flock of birds; and not loopy-plumed songbirds, but scrappy, raucous brown birds with teeth.
27. Any tendency toward sentimentality is blasted out by the second movement's raucous and ugly woodwind and brass writing.
28. These gallants, with hair long and curled, and jerkins dripping pearls, proved to be raucous and strident.
29. When she saw the car Irina uttered an extraordinary sound, a long raucous rapturous cry.
30. The chair behind her knees scraped on the floor with a raucous metallic sound, and she winced.