Loudly - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈlaʊdlɪ|  American pronunciation of the word loudly
Brit.  |ˈlaʊdlɪ|  British pronunciation of the word loudly


- with relatively high volume (syn: aloud, loud)
the band played loudly
she spoke loudly and angrily
- in manner that attracts attention (syn: clamorously, obstreperously)
- used as a direction in music; to be played relatively loudly (syn: forte)

Extra examples

She complained in a loud voice.

“Is the television loud enough?” “It's too loud!”

He's known for being loud and aggressive.

The radio was playing very loudly.

She shut the book loudly.

She laughed loudly and without inhibition.

...the Wilsons were always loudly brawling, and the neighbors were always shutting their windows...

...a loudly voiced expression of pain...

Fans showed their displeasure at the umpire's call by booing loudly.

...the comedy is about a huffy actress who loudly protests every perceived insult, no matter how slight...

He jangled his keys loudly outside the door.

...the little girl announced loudly that she needed to go to the potty...

...our neighbor loudly reproached us for tromping through his yard...

...the children squabbled loudly over who got to play with the toy first...

He belched loudly, and his girlfriend said, “That's disgusting!”.

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