white noise

NOUN
  1. a noise produced by a stimulus containing all of the audible frequencies of vibration
    white noise is a good masking agent
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How To Use white noise In A Sentence

  • The television drones on, white noise in the back of my feverish mind.
  • The closing piece, “Vielleicht Erlischt das Licht” roughly, in English, “Perhaps the Light Expires”, shares with the hour-long album as a whole the same hovering clouds of white noise, and the nearly subaural rumblings of deep bass-line activity that root everything here. Disquiet » Germanic Soundscape MP3 Album
  • A cowbell and trumpet, coupled with a white noise washout of a climax make for a stunning introduction.
  • The key now is to tune out the ‘white noise’ and stop fighting the daily skirmishes of the last war.
  • The river slushed by with a beautiful white noise and the birds tweedle-dee-deed.
  • Their chatter forms a kind of chirpy white noise, occasionally interrupted by the distinctive slapping sound of vomit hitting the platform tile. Metro after Midnight: Hard day's night
  • So began my addiction to wax earplugs and electrical fans for white noise. Times, Sunday Times
  • They were made to listen to white noise, such as static of the sort you might pick up between radio stations.
  • Pablo stood frozen like a snapshot, cauterized by his action, his mind an ocean of white noise. The Sanchez Ghost
  • Previously, an attack on a French ship or an attack on an Indonesian resort unfamiliar to Americans would be ignored in America as only part of the usual white noise playing in the eminently ignorable outside world.
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