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Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for February 13, 2019 is: cacophony \ka-KAH-fuh-nee\ noun 1 : harsh or discordant sound : dissonance; specifically : harshness in the sound of words or phrases 2 : an incongruous or chaotic mixture : a striking combination Examples: "But never in their most uneasy dreams did they expect the cacophonyâ€”a word which here means 'the sound of two metal pots being banged together by a nasty foreman standing in the doorway holding no breakfast at all'â€”that awoke them." â€” Lemony Snicket, The Miserable Mill, 2000 "Divided into groups of ten or so, the students came forward for an opportunity to play the instruments. The cacophony that resulted was matched only by the children's broad smiles as they blew tubas, banged on drums or drew bows across violins." â€” Steven Felschundneff, The Claremont (California) Courier, 29 Nov. 2018 Did you know? Words that descend from the Greek word phÅnÄ“ are making noise in English. Why? Because phÅnÄ“ means "sound" or "voice." Cacophony comes from a joining of the Greek prefix kak- (from kakos,meaning "bad") with phÅnÄ“, so it essentially means "bad sound." Symphony, a word that indicates harmony or agreement in sound, traces to phÅnÄ“ and the Greek prefix syn-, which means "together." Polyphony refers to a style of musical composition in which two or more independent melodies are juxtaposed in harmony, and it comes from a combination of phÅnÄ“ and the Greek prefix poly-, meaning "many." And euphony, a word for a pleasing or sweet sound, combines phÅnÄ“ with eu-, a prefix that means "good."
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