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acerbic sharp, sour, or harsh in manner, tone, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
astringent stern, harsh, or severe. [1/4 definitions]
bark1 the harsh sound made by a dog. [3/7 definitions]
blare a loud, harsh noise. [1/3 definitions]
blistering severe, harsh. [1/2 definitions]
bray1 to shout the harsh, breathy cry of a donkey. [1/5 definitions]
burr2 a harsh, trilled pronunciation of the letter "r," like that of the Scots. [3/5 definitions]
caco- bad; harsh.
caw the cry of the crow or raven, or any harsh sound resembling this cry. [1/2 definitions]
clash to strike with a loud, harsh noise. [2/6 definitions]
crow1 any of a number of shiny black birds noted for their shrill, harsh calls and for their scavenging.
crow2 to make the harsh call of a rooster. [2/4 definitions]
crusty brusque or surly; harsh. [1/2 definitions]
discord harsh or unpleasant combining of musical sounds, or any jarring sound; dissonance; discordance. [1/3 definitions]
discordant harsh or unpleasant in sound. [1/2 definitions]
dour harsh, stern, or severe. [1/3 definitions]
easy not harsh or severe; lenient. [1/7 definitions]
flagellate to punish or drive by harsh methods. [1/4 definitions]
glitter to shine with a harsh cold light, or sometimes with greed or cruelty. [1/6 definitions]
goggle (pl.) a pair of protective lenses with a shielding framework, worn to protect the eyes from debris, strong wind, harsh light, chlorinated water, and the like. [1/6 definitions]
grating2 (of a sound) harsh, jarring, or discordant. [1/2 definitions]