earsplitting

ADJECTIVE
  1. loud enough to cause (temporary) hearing loss
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How To Use earsplitting In A Sentence

  • Foreign arrivals last summer were obliged to duck under scaffolding and sidestep earsplitting riveters and sandblasters in order to reach a makeshift passport control desk.
  • With an earsplitting shriek I plunged it down toward its target, as hard as I could. Haven
  • Those three earsplitting beeps were a death knell: the demise of all my planning and scheming. The Dark Side of Innocence
  • If you're close enough, the first sound is that of an earsplitting blast and the sounds that follow are of a rain of glass, shrapnel and other sharp things.
  • As we went inside, we heard the earsplitting crack of lightning strike. Dreamseller: The Calling
  • The whistles and catcalls reached earsplitting levels whenever the Americans had the ball.
  • Every day we jump out of bed with the earsplitting ring of the alarm?lock, swallow a quick breakfast and then rush to catch the bus.
  • Inside the kitchen, the alarm was earsplitting and smoke poured out of the oven in thick, gray curls. Odd Girl In
  • Bravo Company fired back long-barreled 105 mm howitzers, which rocketed off with an earsplitting report. The Longest War
  • The detector resumed its earsplitting shriek as I chucked the box of flour into the oven. Odd Girl In
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