White noise

White noise,

Definition of White noise:

  1. Any random, collective occurrence of unrelated things. Typically used to refer to a simultaneous collection of sound patterns, which when all occurring at once, sounds similar to static, or a hiss. When considering visual white noise, it is often referred to as snow, such as one might see on a television station that isnt playing any current programming.

  2. Noise containing many frequencies with equal intensities.

Synonyms of White noise

Hiss, Hissing, Buzz, Buzzing, Crackle, Crackling, Sputter, Sputtering, Crack, Cracking, White noise

How to use White noise in a sentence?

  1. She wears headphones which play continuous white noise or pink noise.
  2. Since my brothers baby can only fall asleep if there is WHITE NOISE in the background, my brother sometimes vacuums the hallway when the baby needs to go to sleep.
  3. Some people prefer sleeping or working to white noise , I completely understand as some sounds are beneficial and not distracting at all.
  4. The baby had difficulty sleeping at night and kept the entire household awake until her mother purchased a white noise machine to lull her to sleep with the sounds of the ocean.

Meaning of White noise & White noise Definition