the wailing of air-raid sirens
one of history’s most famous sirens, Cleopatra charmed both Julius Caesar and Mark Antony
Recent Examples on the Web: Noun
Now the chairs sing like a siren’s song, around the clients’ sculptural Saarinen dining table.
Camille Okhio, ELLE Decor, 9 May 2022
Apart from the periodic air raid or police siren, Masuma said the city of Kyiv was relatively quiet at the start of the war.
Josh Campbell And Meridith Edwards, CNN, 28 Mar. 2022
Here, Edwards lends her pure siren of a voice to a retelling of her own journey to Nashville.
Jessica Nicholson, Billboard, 18 Mar. 2022
Last week, after the result of the vote was announced, many people remarked on his siren-red sweatsuit — a distinctive look for a leader.
New York Times, 6 Apr. 2022
Their siren-like cry — a harsh rising note that chills the vestigial part of the mammalian brain that remembers living in burrows — echoed off the stone buildings.
Los Angeles Times, 5 Apr. 2022
Taking its design cues from a rock-crystal and diamond Cartier bracelet once worn by silver-screen siren, Gloria Swanson, in 1930, the latest Cartier Libre creations are like jeweled accordions for the wrist.
Paige Reddinger, Robb Report, 30 Mar. 2022
On both those cuts, Wynne’s future-folk-siren vocals are at the center of it all.
Matt Wake | [email protected], al, 8 Mar. 2022
In this love triangle, where Anuel chose to date Yailin rather than get back with Karol G, Yailin is cast as the siren, the seductress who stole a grown man away.
Melania Luisa Marte, refinery29.com, 23 Feb. 2022
Recent Examples on the Web: Adjective
Emergency vehicle drivers face greater traffic in the city, more soundproofed cars and drivers who sometimes wear earbuds while driving, which often necessitate more siren use.
Melanie Grayce West, WSJ, 13 Feb. 2019