din

Part of speech: verb

To assail with confusing noise; urge with clamor; make a din.

Part of speech: noun

A loud continuous noise or clam or; a rattling or clattering sound.

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Usage examples "din":

  1. Once lost in the crowd and din of Paris, my secret would be safe. - "French and Oriental Love in a Harem", Mario Uchard.
  2. I said, " But the skies are black; There is nothing but noise and din." - "Poems with Power to Strengthen the Soul", Various.
  3. From the din of the battle, they have passed to the peace of eternity. - "The American Union Speaker", John D. Philbrick.