loudly


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Synonyms for loudly

with relatively high volume

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in manner that attracts attention

used as a direction in music

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and sat down beside her and began loudly to weep over the misfortune.
and sat down by her, and likewise began to howl loudly.
Swaddle it up and hold its mouth: otherwise it will scream too loudly, the little truth.
Animated by the idea, I called upon him loudly to come to me; but he replied, in broken English, that the islanders had threatened to pierce him with their spears, if he stirred a foot towards me.
This distribution did not occupy ten seconds, and before it was over the boat was under full way; the Kanaka all the while exclaiming loudly against what he considered a useless throwing away of valuable property.
Hoover, loudly breathing defiance to Miss Longnecker.
He stopped and let loose the practised scalpel of his tongue, not loudly.
Then, when he had finished, he clattered the steel and cleaver still more loudly, shouting lustily, "Now, who'll buy?
Ay, that have I," quoth Robin, laughing loudly again, "five hundred and more horned beasts have I and my brothers, and none of them have we been able to sell, else I might not have turned butcher.
The charioteers standing on their well-woven cars, urged on their swift horses with loose rein; the jointed cars flew along clattering and the naves of the wheels shrieked loudly.
Over it swans were soaring and calling loudly, and many others were swimming upon the surface of the water; and near them were shoals of fish.
He knocked loudly, rather enjoying the idea that the old fellow would be frightened at the sudden noise.
Tis Fair week, and my beef and mutton should fetch a fair penny," and he laughed loudly at his jest.
About eight o'clock, for some unknown cause, an alarm-bell rang loudly and hurriedly.
The flash of their muskets lighted up the streets, and the report rang loudly between the edifices.