Aloud - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |əˈlaʊd|  American pronunciation of the word aloud
Brit.  |əˈlaʊd|  British pronunciation of the word aloud


- using the voice; not silently
please read the passage aloud
- with relatively high volume (syn: loud, loudly)
cried aloud for help

Extra examples

...the mischievous teacher likes to call on the sleepiest-looking students to read aloud from the textbook...

Joanne, would you read the poem aloud?

The pain made him cry aloud.

She could have laughed aloud.

'What did you say?' ' Sorry, I was just thinking aloud.'

He read the poem aloud.

She wondered aloud what to do with the money.

The crowd fell silent as the horrible news was read aloud.

The letter was not read aloud, but all present were informed of its purport.

...the roll call of the fallen was read aloud at the memorial service...

Children can click on a sentence to hear it read aloud.

It was painful, and made me cry aloud.

He glanced at the letter and began to read it aloud.

Oh, sorry. I was thinking aloud.

The students were taking turns reading aloud.

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