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Definition of Strident

Strident
Strident Stri"dent, a. [L. stridens, -entis, p. pr. of stridere to make a grating or creaking noise.] Characterized by harshness; grating; shrill. ``A strident voice.' --Thackeray.

Meaning of Strident from wikipedia

- Strident refers to Strident vowel Strident consonant, a feature related to sibilant consonants, but also including labiodental and uvular fricatives. Strident...
- broader category is stridents, which include more fricatives such as uvulars than sibilants. Because all sibilants are also stridents, the terms are sometimes...
- Stridentism (Spanish: Estridentismo) was an artistic and multidisciplinary avant-garde movement, founded in Puebla City by Manuel Maples Arce at the end...
- Strident vowels (also called sphincteric vowels) are strongly pharyngealized vowels accompanied by an (ary)epiglottal trill, with the larynx being raised...
- word used to describe the quality of sounds that have a high-pitched, strident, raucous, screeching or harsh character, such as those produced by a trumpet...
- Historians have ascribed the m****acre to a number of factors, including strident Mormon teachings in the years prior to the m****acre, war hysteria, and...
- The Strident Publishing Company is a book publisher founded in 2005 and based in Glasgow. In early 2006 its first two titles Lee and the Consul Mutants...
- "Martin Luther," Encyclopædia Britannica, 2007. Hillerbrand writes: "[H]is strident pronouncements against the Jews, especially toward the end of his life...
- writing was characterised by what Geoffrey Lloyd and Nathan Sivin called "strident adversariality" and "rationalistic aggressiveness", summed up by McClinton...
- aryepiglottic fold. The four strident vowel qualities (there is no strident i) are rather different from the non-strident vowels, as is common when a vowel...
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