- 1) idiomatic Using the voice; not silently; aloud.
- 2) Loud enough to be heard; aloud.
- 3) using the voice; not silently
- 1) Spoken out loud.
- 2) Audibly, as opposed to silent, as in speaking aloud rather than thinking thoughts privately.
- 3) With a loud voice, or great noise; loudly; audibly.
- 4) With use of the voice; orally.
- 5) In a loud tone; loudly.
- 6) With a loud voice or great noise; loudly.
- 7) Audibly; with the natural tone of the voice as distinguished from whispering: as, he has a severe cold and can hardly speak aloud.
- 1) Nor are they taught to read poetry aloud in schools.
- 2) Last week viewers saw her fighting back tears as a letter from her mum was read out aloud.
- 3) A delightful tale to read aloud with adorable characters.
- 4) Saying aloud the name of my home for the first time since arriving in Australia was like opening a release valve.
- 5) The rhythmic text of this delightful tale is great for reading aloud.
- 6) It was almost comforting to say it aloud.
- 7) Wulfgar threw back his head and laughed aloud.
- 8) He is coming towards the end of media commitments and beginning to think aloud.
- 9) We wonder aloud about how women pastors do ministry differently than men.
- 10) He felt like laughing aloud just to see the life come back into her eyes.
- 11) Father and mother laughed aloud with delight.
- 12) After some moments he laughed aloud and slowed until they rode side by side.
- 13) Remember to say his name aloud.
- 14) All at once she laughed aloud.
- 15) To enjoy it to the full, you need to hear it read aloud.
- 16) History has all the best stories, and the best histories are more compelling heard aloud.
- 17) It may well be true that he was ill-advised to think aloud as he did.
- 18) If granted time, politicians need to loosen their dreary discipline and think aloud.
- 19) I heard him say one thing quite aloud.
- 20) I wondered aloud to her how she managed to make people angry with her.
- 21) Already the Czechs are wondering aloud why any new treaty should be binding on nations that have not yet joined the euro.
- 22) Say them aloud, slowly, lovingly.
- 23) He has more than 1,000 journals filed away but rarely read: they are just his way of thinking aloud.
- 24) Say that sentence aloud.
- 25) While it is the sheer physicality of Mr. Hurt's performance that impresses most—he totters about the stage with the squeaky-shoed grace of the music-hall clowns that Beckett loved—you will be no less stunned by the sound of his creaky, rusty voice, which suggests a hermit who never has occasion to speak a word aloud for months at a time.
- 26) Then he would say his name aloud and remind her a man did not choose his name.
- 27) My mother kept the home fires burning, though Thailand, like Vietnam, is so miserably hot that just saying the phrase aloud makes me sweaty.
- 28) Saying her name aloud brought everything back in a rush.
- 29) My mother had never even said the word aloud to me, always just calling it “the facility.”
- 30) She was still out, although no one had said a word about her empty chair at the dinner table, as if saying her name aloud would make her absence more real.
- 31) He whispered her name aloud in the dark room, and closed his eyes, trying to imagine what the rest of his life would be without her in it.
- 32) ‘Proud of himself and unable to contain his joy, he began to read the letter aloud.’
- 33) ‘It's an error in judgment so colossal that it can't even be whispered aloud.’
- 34) ‘A mantra is the name of a sacred deity or a sacred phrase that you repeat silently or aloud.’
- 35) ‘The letter was addressed to Monteagle but it was read out aloud by his servant.’
- 36) ‘She didn't just show it to her, she ended up reading it all aloud and was rewarded with the first real chuckle we've had from her for weeks.’
- 37) ‘Another prisoner produced a bullhorn and read aloud a statement in English.’
- 38) ‘They wrote essays, or lectures, or sermons and they read them aloud.’
- 39) ‘She read aloud with a passion and urgency that eclipsed everything else around her.’
- 40) ‘Then a bell sounded as the name of each crew member and passenger was read aloud.’
- 41) ‘I was the one who read aloud the award citation as it was presented to her, and my voice choked up a bit.’
- 42) ‘Read that out aloud and consider the assumptions behind that belief system.’
- 43) ‘Unlike most books, children's books have to read well aloud, and Pooh is a delight to read aloud.’
- 44) ‘After the break, we took turns getting up in front of the class to read something aloud.’
- 45) ‘This is meant to be read aloud with some drama and fun even if you're not an actor.’
- 46) ‘Morris's interest in journalism was sparked by his father who would read the London newspapers aloud.’
- 47) ‘I can even get it to read my e-mail aloud to me, or documents that I have dictated, while I check them.’
- 48) ‘I used to read it aloud to my little brother, and we'd collapse into helpless laughter.’
- 49) ‘He performs his poems and children join in, writing their own poetry or reading his aloud.’
- 50) ‘There was genuine consternation at the bar as the newspaper report was read aloud.’
- 51) ‘His voice was clear and pronounced, as though he were used to reading such things aloud.’
- 52) ‘He was humming the song aloud and loudly, louder in fact than any man would have hummed it had he expected to bump into another human being.’
- 53) ‘She wept aloud, the room filled with her cries of pain.’
- 54) ‘Miranda was weeping aloud with the infant in her arms, as was Alannis standing beside her young lord.’