Loud

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Definition

(a) loud (color): (a) very bright, garish, easy-to-notice (color)
adjective

loudly: noisily, making a lot of volume
adverb
Speak more loudly please, I can't hear you!

louder: more noisy, of a higher volume
adjective
Pronunciation examples
UK: Could you turn the volume down please, the music is too loud.
US: I gave a loud yell when he stepped on my foot.
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Examples

  • "I'm tired because my neighborhood is very loud."
  • "Not so loud!"
  • "- DO NOT socialise loudly in the lounge."
  • "Bruno : Brian, do you hear the things you say out loud?"
  • "I'd like to point out that this list does NOT include 'loud coughing', 'mumbling incoherently', or 'weird British accent'."
  • "Philip : Louder Edward, we're not in an igloo!"
  • "Philip : Well, I would be an electric guitar because I'm loud and I'm proud."
  • "You've only been alive for a matter of months, but I've already had reports of public indecency, aggressive lullaby singing, diaper throwing, tummy aches, temper tantrums, loud crying and some very serious accusations of milk abuse."
  • "Space Base Alpha : Cry as loud as you like."
  • "I want to wear something bright today, something loud… Something that says “I'm in charge of my longtime boss who I'm also in love with”."

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