adjective, loud·er, loud·est.
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That’s when they erupt in loud reds from a thin carpet of other plants’ dead, brown leaves.‘Vampire’ parasite challenges the definition of a plant|Susan Milius|September 16, 2020|Science News For Students
He wasn’t interested — he was angry, because across the street he could see a group of loud, drunk college students, just like him.
When officer Jonathon Contreras took the stand, he told the judge that Roark had been aggressive, loud and trying to start a fight, Roark said.
It’s so incredibly loud for 10 to 15 seconds, and then the trees are still standing, but they’re just skeletons.
No need to check the audio, Wall Street can hear Zoom loud and clear.Zoom’s customer base soars 458% as it beats earnings estimates|Lance Lambert|August 31, 2020|Fortune
“We need to get louder and more effective, to show voice and power in politics,” Liu told The Daily Beast.
More campaign dollars and a louder megaphone are by themselves not enough to win swing states.
At each turn toward misery, the crowd support got louder, and more deafening.Portland Is Ground Zero for the Best Women’s Soccer in the World|Evelyn Shoop|June 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It is, at least now, no different from any other chat show, except it is louder than an air show.
He played along with the first verse, as per usual, but then the chanting got louder.
Hence it could not be surprising that the storm of popular opinion made itself heard with a louder and a louder sound.The Uncollected Writings of Thomas de Quincey, Vol. 2|Thomas de Quincey
The nearer we came to the point the louder became the beatings of my heart.Lost in the Jungle|Paul Du Chaillu
It was a dull metallic clang, ponderous and slow, growing louder and ever louder—the tread of an armored man.Sir Nigel|Arthur Conan Doyle
True; why, they were every note as loud as we, fiddles and all, if not louder!Under the Greenwood Tree|Thomas Hardy
The Keen grew louder and louder, and seemed to approach the beach, and then fell into a low, plaintive wail.Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry|William Butler Yeats
British Dictionary definitions for loud
Derived forms of loudloudly, adverbloudness, noun
Word Origin for loud
Idioms and Phrases with loud
In addition to the idioms beginning with loud
- loud and clear
- loud mouth
- actions speak louder than words
- big (loud) mouth
- for crying out loud
- out loud
- think aloud
- (loud enough) to wake the dead