loud (part of speech: adjective)
- Chopin needs no such clangorous padding in this etude, which gains by legitimate strokes the most startling contrasts. - "Chopin: The Man and His Music", James Huneker.
- It seemed to voice the hitherto voiceless woe of the third estate; and just because of that savage force which made it seem absurd to sedate minds, just because it rang out in such shrill and clangorous notes, it has continued to be heard. - "The Life and Works of Friedrich Schiller", Calvin Thomas.
- Her lips parted; from them came another trumpeting- tyrannic, arrogant and clangorous. - "The Metal Monster", A. Merritt.