n.) Loud, confused, harsh noise; a loud, continuous, rattling or clanging sound;
n.) To strike with confused or clanging sound; to stun with loud and continued noise;
Who’s making that awful din?
The children were making an awful din.
The party guests were setting up a steady din.
I cannot stand the din of factory machinery.
When cats fight there is a terrible din.
The words dinned in Cameron’s head.
The din from the engines was tremendous.
The din of the alarm clock roused the sleeping morning.
Frogs added an incredible din to the spring song.
I had to shout to make myself heard above the din.
His voice was heard above the din.
The captain’s voice was heard above the din.
The machines made a factory din, like a stamping plant maybe.
He was playing music of some kind, it was hard to hear for the din.
Ged was trying to make himself heard above the din.
The students were making an awful din and the teacher told them to pack it up.
There was a terrific din, everybody was singing and dancing.
The narrow, hot streets dinned with the silver bray of trumpets and the shrieks of dying men and women.
The air dinned with the cries of the apprentices, the roar of the crowd, the curses of carpenters, whilst in every corner hawkers and tinkers shouted their wares.