Blaring sentence example
- Screams and blaring horns came from the streets.
- He blinked, registering the blaring alarm.
- With the alarm blaring in his mind, he only half paid attention.
- The Irish rock blaring from the bar below was loud enough, and cigarette smoke already curled in through the window.
- But gradually, video games with their blaring audio and costumed aliens burst from the booths in the Las Vegas Convention Center and...Advertisement
- Deidre stopped in the middle of the sidewalk, feeling very exposed to the blaring world.
- This forces you to get up and search for the clock to turn off the blaring alarm.
- Do you really want the mating call of an African elephant blaring out at you at two o'clock in the morning without warning?
- Ignoring traffic, blaring horns and fingered salutes, we kissed on cheeks, then lips and hips gridlocked.
- Return to menu Exploring timbre Mellow, tinny, blaring... each instrument has its own distinctive timbre, or tone color.Advertisement
- He was carrying a stereo system on his shoulder, out of which was blaring loud rave music.
- Return to menu Exploring Timbre Mellow, tinny, blaring... each instrument has its own distinctive timbre, or tone color.
- It is not too blaring and distracting to deter you from play.
- It's sometimes hard to be able to focus on hot loving action when there's laundry in the corner and a TV blaring downstairs.
- Today, you will often see neon signs blaring from outside commercial buildings, announcing psychic and fortune telling services.Advertisement
- She heard the blaring trance music before she opened the car door and smelled the unmistakable scent of marijuana mixed with incense and body odor.
- Toss in David Spade in an as yet undefined role and some strange accusations about some blaring Bon Jovi music in the neighborhood, and the whole thing gets more confusing.
- But, secondly, the pneumatic utterances technically known as speaking with tongues failed to reach this level of intelligibility; for Paul compares "a tongue" to a material object which should merely make a noise, to a pipe or harp twanged or blown at random without tune or time, to a trumpet blaring idly and not according to a code of signal notes.