Loudly

  • 1Loudly — Loud ly, adv. In a loud manner. Denham. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2loudly — c.1400, from LOUD (Cf. loud) + LY (Cf. ly) (2) …

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  • 3loudly — loud, loudly Loud is occasionally used as an adverb, especially in semi fixed expressions such as loud and clear (I can hear you loud and clear: loudly and clearly could also be used here, but would sound less natural). In other contexts it is… …

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  • 4loudly — adverb 1. with relatively high volume (Freq. 10) the band played loudly she spoke loudly and angrily he spoke loud enough for those at the back of the room to hear him cried aloud for help • Syn: ↑loud, ↑aloud …

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  • 5loudly — adverb In a loud manner; at a high volume. He spoke loudly so that his brother could hear him from across the street. Ant: quietly …

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  • 6loudly — See loud, loudly …

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  • 7loudly — adv. Loudly is used with these verbs: ↑announce, ↑applaud, ↑argue, ↑bang, ↑bark, ↑beat, ↑cackle, ↑call, ↑chatter, ↑cheer, ↑clap, ↑clatter, ↑ …

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  • 8loudly — loud ► ADJECTIVE 1) producing or capable of producing much noise. 2) strong in expression: loud protests. 3) obtrusive or gaudy. ► ADVERB ▪ with a great deal of volume. ● out loud Cf. ↑out loud …

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  • 9loudly — adverb see loud …

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  • 10loudly — See loud. * * * …

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  • 11loudly — Synonyms and related words: aloud, clamantly, clamorously, deafeningly, demandingly, exactingly, exigently, exorbitantly, extortionately, firmly, forcefully, forcibly, forte, fortemente, fortissimo, heartily, imperviously, importunately,… …

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  • 12loudly — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. audibly, vociferously, ringingly, fully, powerfully, crashingly, shrilly, deafeningly, piercingly, resonantly, emphatically, vehemently, thunderingly, ear splittingly, in a full toned voice, full sounding, articulately,… …

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  • 13loudly — adv. with a great noise, in a very audible tone, clamorously, noisily; in poor taste, garishly; offensively …

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  • 14loudly — ad. 1. Loud, noisily. 2. Clamorously, vehemently. 3. Ostentatiously, showily (colloq.) …

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  • 15loudly — loud·ly …

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  • 16loudly — adverb Syn: at high volume, at the top of one s voice, noisily, stridently, vociferously, shrilly Ant: quietly …

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  • 17loudly — See: loud …

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  • 18loud, loudly — Loud can be both an adjective and an adverb, but loudly may be used only as the latter. It is permissible to say Shout out loud or Shout out loudly. Such optional usage is common after such verbs as sing, talk, say, scream, and laugh, but among… …

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  • 19aloud - loudly — ◊ aloud If you say something aloud, you say it so that other people can hear you. In no previous war could men say aloud what was on their minds. If you read aloud a piece of writing, you say the words so that people can hear what has been… …

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  • 20very loudly — adverb a direction in music; to be played very loudly (Freq. 1) • Syn: ↑fortissimo • Ant: ↑pianissimo (for: ↑fortissimo) • Derived from adjective: ↑ …

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