cacophony - noun
A harsh and discordant sound; a meaningless mixture of sounds.
Poets who know no better rhapsodize about the peace of nature, but a well-populated marsh is a cacophony.
—Bern Keating “Birders’ Heaven” Connoisseur, April 1986
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