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strident

strident Sentence Examples

  • Its strident voice is heard most loudly at times of great heat, when the song of the birds is hushed.

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  • The song opens with a strident guitar, a clarion call that lets everyone know that something new is coming.

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  • Is the tone bored, strident or too high-pitched, perhaps?

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  • Even the most strident global-warming deniers have taken to saying that a little warming is a good thing.

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  • This kind of strident and violent language was one of the ingredients which was eventually, to marry Italian futurism with Fascism.

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  • In turn critical, strident, scholarly, personal, moving and ultimately hopeful, it brings together the views of professionals and users.

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  • ragtime piano tunes or the poignant strident slide of Tampa Red.

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  • G is brighter but also more strident and some hold it to be too raucous.

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  • strident stances.

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  • strident tone which is softened by some fine piano work.

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  • strident critic of the Church hierarchy and an advocate of the reform of its structures and liturgy.

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  • strident voices of the minority who find this impossible.

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  • strident statements.

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  • strident calls in a patois all of their own.

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  • Calls for ' the rights of man ' became increasingly strident in 1790-91.

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  • The Committee had reservations about the rather strident new Bath stone gate pillars.

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  • The last election campaign seemed to me to be too strident.

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  • Unlike most of those so strident in their campaign to'Save our Green' I own no car.

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  • Visible, but not strident, just getting on with it.

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  • Over time, he said, he has become less strident.

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  • Protests against the war and President Johnson himself had grown so strident by 1968 that he wisely chose not to run for reelection.

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  • As they get more strident, he digs harder.

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  • On the other hand it is exceptionally rich in species having strident voices and peculiar unmusical calls, like the pace.

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  • Its strident voice is heard most loudly at times of great heat, when the song of the birds is hushed.

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  • He Occasionally Nods; Is Rather Strident In The Patriotic Vein; And Too Often Answers The Untoward Call Of Rhetoric When His Subject Is About To Soar Into The Heights Of Poetry.

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  • Blind Blake neatly picking out impeccable ragtime piano tunes or the poignant strident slide of Tampa Red.

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  • G is brighter but also more strident and some hold it to be too raucous.

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  • Per cent of and consumers in europe most strident stances.

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  • This has a more strident tone which is softened by some fine piano work.

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  • Spirit Ecclesiology Rayan has long been a strident critic of the Church hierarchy and an advocate of the reform of its structures and liturgy.

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  • Perhaps its time for us to live and let live and to drown out the strident voices of the minority who find this impossible.

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  • The World Council of Churches believes the most creative way forward is through conversations, not through strident statements.

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  • The buyers and sellers filled the air with their strident calls in a patois all of their own.

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  • Calls for ' the rights of man ' became increasingly strident in 1790-91.

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  • The Committee had reservations about the rather strident new Bath stone gate pillars.

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  • The last election campaign seemed to me to be too strident.

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  • Media U-turn What has caused this mainstream media U-turn whereby quite strident criticism of Islam is now commonplace?

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  • Unlike most of those so strident in their campaign to 'Save our Green' I own no car.

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  • Visible, but not strident, just getting on with it.

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  • Over time, he said, he has become less strident.

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  • Protests against the war and President Johnson himself had grown so strident by 1968 that he wisely chose not to run for reelection.

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  • As they get more strident, he digs harder.

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  • We've grown basil from seed and its strident taste goes well with a tomato salad.

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