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Definition funny of Strident:
Loud and obnoxious, in-your-face, cacophonous, dissonant, screeching, shrill, grating.
Anne Boleyn's stridently sexy allure, sophistication, and sharp tongued wit captivated Henry VIII. Glenn Beck sobbed and whined stridently in his reactionary performance, based more on emotion and pandering than on sound information. The Tea Party shrieked their bizarre agenda stridently over the news, their lack of adequate education was painfully clear; it's doubtful that any of them even knew what the Boston Tea Party was really about.
Obnoxiously loud, or cacophonous, "in your face" noise.
Damn, that biatch is strident. See: Battle Toads
used as a derogatory description of any impassioned person (especially women) when they speak on a subject that you disagree with
Independents make up nearly half the Bay State electorate...And many of them may perceive Elizabeth Warren as too strident and harsh
a combination of stride and trident gum
Songs about Strident:
Strident Missile by Blues Saraceno from the Album Post Rock 2
Boulez: Notations - II. Très vif - Strident by Pierre Boulez from the Album Pierre Boulez: Oeuvres complètes [+digital booklet]
Notations I-IV, VII: II. Tres vif: Strident by Baden-Baden South West German Radio Symphony Orchestra from the Album Mahler: Symphony No. 9 in D Major / Boulez: Rituel / Notations I - IV, VII
Titus And Strident Wet Nurse (Creating Jeffrey) by Guided By Voices from the Album Colonel Jeffrey Pumpernickle
13 Variations on a Tone Row: Variation 12: Strident by Murray McLachlan from the Album Williamson, J.: Music for Piano, Vol. 3
21st Century Girl (Mark Reeder's Strident Remix Edit) by Fidelity Kastrow from the Album Five Point One (The Mark Reeder 2.0 Versions)
21st Century Girl (Mark Reeder's Strident Remix) by Fidelity Kastrow from the Album Five Point One (The Mark Reeder 2.0 Versions)
Books about Strident:
The Strident Whisper: Unabridged by Mary Minton and Pippa Sparkes (Nov 1998)
Elbows of the wind: Being the strident voice of one desiring to be heard above the pandemonium of the hour by A. M Sullivan (1932)
The unanswerable case for new homes: opposition to large-scale building of new homes remains as strident as ever... by Adam Sampson (Jul 14, 2006)
Between a flake and a strident bitch: Making 'IT' count in the academy. (Articles).: An article from: Resources... by Pamela Moss and Martha McMahon (Jul 28, 2005)
Ma'am, would you care for some facts with that? Judging from her congressional testimony, Elaine Donnelly may... by Conn Corrigan (Nov 18, 2008)
Surgi de la brume dans un rugissement strident
Wiki information Strident:
Strident vowels are strongly pharyngealized vowels accompanied by epiglottal trill, where the larynx is raised and the pharynx constricted, so that either the epiglottis or the arytenoid cartilages vibrate instead of the vocal cords. Strident vowels...