‘I want to come back when it's a bit quieter,’ I shouted over the din of amplified music, throbbing diesel generators and rattling joy rides.
The next moment his loud shout rose over the din of battle, and swinging his hat over his head for a banner to those who pressed after, he spurred against the flying enemy.
the fans made an awful din
I just didn't want to add my voice to the din of noise that has filled the public square regarding this tragic woman's fate.
‘Go away, I'm busy’ he yelled above the din of the sewing machine.
Neither does the narrative din it into the viewer.
The plant is noisy, and she and her co-workers pass the time by shouting over the din , catching up on gossip and talking about food and cosmetics.
While attending the lectures, the din of clashes outside the campus was audible.
Day after day he had to din it into her that persistent work, and not ability alone, was essential for success.
We, meanwhile, struggle to din some culture into our own young people whose aspirations have been hijacked by the consumerism of big corporations.