How To Use Loud In A Sentence

  • The forecasts have been asking us to watch out for thunderclouds and thundershowers for a long while now.
  • Sony Pictures Animation has a full slate of films including the mouth-watering 3D comedy Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, which opened as the #1 movie in North America on September 18, Hotel Transylvania, now in pre-production and, in association with Columbia Pictures, The Smurfs, now in production. Anton Yelchin and Fred Armisen Join The Smurfs | /Film
  • We sat in aw as we listened to Hillary's speech and wondered aloud what she's up too. POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: Wednesday, June 2, 2008
  • The sky began to clear and there were puffy white clouds forming as the evening faded away.
  • By the time they were lurching slowly along the cart track the wind had dropped, letting the clouds gather.
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  • Fifty years on and technology seems to have leapt on by generations as you see the mushroom shaped cloud of the first nuclear test bomb rising high above the New Mexico desert.
  • Air in free fall does not convect, which means that everything that heats up has to be cooled by fans; the space shuttle is LOUD inside. 8/4/08: Launch Pad, day 5
  • The bears are growling loudly. Times, Sunday Times
  • The fact that I first met it as part of a pavlova didn't help: the deep clouds of snow-white sugar-cake need a fruit with a sting in its tail (the Antipodeans are bang on with their inclusion of passion fruit) if the dessert isn't to cloy. Tender delights
  • The only cloud on the immediate horizon is raising a mortgage - especially if you are a first time buyer.
  • The dog barked loudly at the stranger.
  • They shoot up from the tops of thunderstorms about the same moment lightning discharges within the storm cloud.
  • At the top end of the glen darts of sunshine poked through the billowing clouds and encouraged us to go for it and, fully rigged up in waterproofs, we were soon splashing our way up into the Lairig Eilde.
  • [GLGT] Fwah KLM and Lufthansa chiong into volcanic dust cloud~~~ www.hardwarezone.com.sg
  • By recording the spectra of several distant quasars whose light pierces the Milky Way, the spacecraft revealed some 50 ultraviolet-absorbing gas clouds around our galaxy.
  • Meteorologists have known since 1946 that dry ice sprinkled on clouds can cause rain to fall.
  • Their lasagna is like eating a cloud .... the little museum next to the church has some interesting objects, and the best entertainment of all is a nice long stroll around town. tashby Current Info on San Sebastian del Oeste
  • That's the forecast for the forecastable future -- showers and thundershowers as the warm and sun suck moisture out of our sodden lebensraum and turn it back into clouds. Showers
  • But often our dream date is the loudmouth down the hall, our office adversary, even the scary boss -- in short, someone we avoid even standing near in real life.
  • One cloud is enough to eclipse all the sun. 
  • But I think the book, or even the website should give a total account of the history of star trek and just say if historical events are cloudy this happened but it wasn't a major item in star trek loure and it just kind of made the second page. Blogger News Network
  • Nemours showed him at once what use to make of the army under his orders, and having enfiladed his National Guard battalions, and placed his artillery in echelons, he formed his cavalry into hollow squares on the right and left of his line, flinging out a cloud of howitzers to fall back upon the main column. Burlesques
  • Meanwhile the red ribbon was slowly unfurling like a red cloud and then a crimson sea.
  • a loud "ribbit" and called time for people to shift seats. Memphis Commercial Appeal Stories
  • The sunset scene shows a classic cumulonimbus cloud formation.
  • Some looked angry, while others seemed more amused as some of the angriest protesters bellowed at them through a loudhailer.
  • If one can speak of a vocal Achilles heel, then Miss Roocroft's is still her cloudy diction.
  • The paddles turned out to be harmless slapsticks, with holes through the actual paddle part so they could cause a loud slapping noise without hurting.
  • A cloud of gas that is gravitationally attracted to the black hole can have a net angular momentum oppositely directed from that of the black hole. Supermassive Black Holes Spinning Backwards Create Death Ray Jets? | Universe Today
  • Vast clouds of volcanic dust were shot into the stratosphere and swept around the globe. Times, Sunday Times
  • I think it drives the kids crazy because I sing very loudly and off key.
  • Rubiochico,) "which was fast swamping the sparkling stars, like a bright river flowing over diamonds, when the old gander again set up his gabblement and trumpeted more loudly than before. Tom Cringle's Log
  • The laughter wasn't very loud, it sounded normal, unlike the laughter of a madman, or a drunken pirate.
  • I heard a loud bang and then saw black smoke.
  • These build and swell into clouds, suddenly breaking apart and dispersing unexpectedly.
  • "Emily, my dear," said the spinster aunt, with a patronising air, "don't talk so loud, love."
  • Everyone became equally loud, crude and garrulous, the technically sober behaving identically to the genuinely drunk.
  • Waved round the coast, up-called a pitchy cloud340 Paradise Lost: The First Book
  • His record of 38 wins, no losses, includes 16 defences of his WBU title, and his all-action style has made Hatton the darling of his Manchester home town where his fans are both loyal and loud.
  • I pause because telling the dream out loud has tripped the trigger.
  • He was determined not to let emotions cloud his vision.
  • I nearly gasp out loud, one hand flying back to my mouth.
  • Towering convective clouds rained down a hailstorm of ash, and firebrands even spanned the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone.
  • The insects are forming thick clouds near the ground, and they carpet the inside of the car when the doors are cracked open.
  • When they are captured, they will often loudly proclaim their innocence.
  • The power has gone out and even when it's on there appear to be beefy dips and surges on the line - so large in fact that one particular voltage spike took out my TV in an impressive cloud of smoke.
  • The spoon had been bent into such a shape that would provide louder clanging, and the pot was misshapen, being dented in many places.
  • When dad got the third or fourth bittle of cognac, you laughed loudly. RIP, grandpa.
  • The news on the TV screen had a surge of static and a loud noise simultaneously thundered throughout the colony.
  • There was a loud clapping from the boys who were perched on the rail fence, but some of the girls were crying. Rainbow Valley
  • Impressionistic cloud cities carved in some kind of webbed driftwood. Beowulf's Children
  • Tomorrow will be cloudy with outbreaks of rain and drizzle.
  • More and more men were transformed by the mutating power of the great clouds of Chaos magic drifting from the poles.
  • They've all combined to form a huge black cloud that is going to taunt me all day.
  • His time in the war rose between us like a vaporous cloud that silenced his pain and obscured my ability to understand it.
  • I used to read it aloud to my little brother, and we'd collapse into helpless laughter.
  • 'Cedar Rapids' The main thing about "Cedar Rapids" is that it makes you laugh — often and out loud. 'Gnomeo': A Bard's Garden of Delights
  • The rebeck, to whose loud and harsh strains the medieval rustic had danced, [Footnote: The rebeck probably had been borrowed from the Mohammedans.] by the addition of a fourth string and A Political and Social History of Modern Europe V.1.
  • Heavy double doors closed with amplified loud scraping before a final crash as they came together and locked.
  • Bouchons were originally wine bars where the local silk workers or passing stagecoach drivers could fill up on a simple, hearty cuisine that was based on fresh local products -- mostly pig in the form of andouillette, fried crackling, tripes, petit salé -- and lots of the local wine among like-minded souls, enjoying their brief moment of freedom amid laughter and loud, boisterous behavior. Jamie Schler: A Side Trip to Lyons: Le Bouchon
  • The horse shied at the loud noise and threw its rider.
  • It was light, and birds were singing, but the sky was thick with early-morning clouds.
  • For three hours a mysterious cloud of acrid smoke hovered over some of London's busiest streets. Times, Sunday Times
  • The move will help to lift a cloud of uncertainty over the industry. Times, Sunday Times
  • The water gurgled and purled, loudly at first, then softly, as a powerful foot-wide whirlpool took shape.
  • [I] read what I write out loud rather than just subvocalize it as I write. October « 2008 « Subs’ Standards
  • Leo and his friends also took the spinthariscope to an out-of-town astronomers convention and advertised that they had developed an optical system that could penetrate clouds.
  • He left the arena to loud applause.
  • After a dozen golden oldies had been sung loudly if untunefully, it was noticed that a number of non-MEOSA guests had fled the premises.
  • But the joy of that tends to become clouded by the extreme sadness of another Christmas without my sister.
  • Are we going to see small clouds of dust when fighting on dusty grounds?
  • He spoke aloud to the empty room, “Cara, is everything ready?” 365 tomorrows » 2010 » February : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day
  • After a great many loud explosions, the race began.
  • I think it might be one of those weekends where I keep myself to myself, inhale deeply and exhale loudly, and stare at the ceiling.
  • This will make you laugh out loud - and cringe with embarrassment. The Sun
  • He was on cloud nine after winning the competition.
  • He looks downcast, a frown passing like a cloud over his famously large forehead.
  • Since the cloud was rotating, its spherical shape flattened into a disc.
  • They should offer stunning reflections of sky and clouds by day and look most magical at night. Times, Sunday Times
  • Gray-brown stratus clouds in the upper atmosphere flew at high speed as though the planet was racked by a perpetual storm.
  • The morning sky was cloudless, and a dark shade of slate gray, not yet dawn.
  • Because there was no cloud, he deduced that it was going to be a cold night.
  • I know this won't make sense to anyone else but I just have to get it out, in hopes that by writing it out loud I can figure it out, unmask it, and take away its power over me.
  • We have been at the mercy of the storm for days, and the cloud cover still prevents me from fixing our location by the stars.
  • She said, louder this time, and with a quiver in her voice.
  • The sound of something clinking loudly against metal jolted Chandra out of her thoughts and she looked up quickly.
  • The following morning the pond was seriously cloudy and smelly and the fish were gasping for air. Times, Sunday Times
  • Some of the most charismatic cloud forest species such as the resplendent quetzal (Pharomacrus mocinno) and three-wattled bellbird (Procnias tricarunculata) are equally dependent on the seasonal moist forests as they migrate annually to these moist forests at the completion of their breeding season. Costa Rican seasonal moist forests
  • ; the river raced in turbid waves; the sand drove in clouds; and the face of the sky was darkened as if by a London fog. A Thousand Miles Up the Nile
  • He peerc'd hys backe, and out the bloude ytt ranne. The Rowley Poems
  • He made our swimming mascot the 'ucker, which was supposed to be a colloquial way of saying "sucker," a trash fish, but was really so we could do our team cheer, "Be tough, be tough, be tough 'uckers" loudly in mixed company. Instead of Doing My Lesson Plan, I Idly Toondoo
  • Laura screamed, stamping her heeled foot on the ground loudly.
  • In fact, the voices in the next room became obstreperously loud of a sudden, the cause of which vociferation it is necessary to explain before we go farther. The Heart of Mid-Lothian
  • The prayers and cards adorning your wall speak loudly now. Christianity Today
  • A sheet of charcoal clouds stretches into white lace: confusion letting in light.
  • The storm was cloaked like a hidden monster behind a stratiform cloud veil (nimbostratus) with a little fractus in the foreground.
  • It was an overcast day, the light hidden behind grey clouds that smothered the sky and threatened to rain.
  • Yet even clouds cast shadows, and stars keep changeless patterns and turn circles around the earth, but the rainbow was nothing but a brilliant, beautiful, empty glow in a world made fresh by rain.
  • Mr. Giggles neighed loudly as I set his foot back on the ground. Death Rides A Donkey
  • Overhead, lightning flickered frequently as the static electricity accumulating in the ash cloud discharged.
  • There was no sign of the Moon but the odd star managed to look down through gaps in the belts of cloud.
  • The Army officer in tactical command of coalition forces in Iraq says out loud that the war isn't going precisely as planned, and the media works itself into a mouth-breathing, eyeball-popping swivet.
  • They saw first a cloud of dust and then the car that was stirring it up.
  • Deep growls and explosions thundered through the air as clouds of black volcanic ash coated the surroundings.
  • The outlines of stratiform clouds are less distinct and often merge into layers with only slight vertical features.
  • Cirrus clouds indicated the distant approach of a trough, both in the surface and upper air.
  • It looked like it was going to be grotty, but as I was on the tube the clouds all seemed to disappear and by the time I came back above ground at Tottenham Court Road station the sky was a beautiful clear blue and the sun was shining brightly.
  • High in the Clouds tells the story of a squirrel who tries to find a place called Animalia, a tropical animal sanctuary. Filmstalker: Stalked: Paul McCartney, Eliza Dushku, Reese Witherspoon, Danielle Panabaker
  • Saturday will be a cloudier day with outbreaks of mainly light rain in western areas, spreading slowly eastwards, though many central and eastern areas should remain dry.
  • Beyond, the Pacific, dim and vast, was raising on its sky-line tumbled cloud-masses that swept landward, giving warning of the first blustering breath of winter. Chapter 21
  • But as the clouding progresses, the cataract eventually interferes with your vision.
  • They showed me the sign and made me say it out loud three times. Times, Sunday Times
  • Thick cloud blotted out the view.
  • A cloud is a mass of vapor in the sky.
  • One hundred people were evacuated from a village near York today after a storage tank leaked, releasing an explosive cloud of propane gas.
  • The clouds will gradually appear across the UK, usually reaching a peak around three weeks after the summer solstice. Times, Sunday Times
  • The cloud systems I am interested in exploring acknowledge this legacy but also situate themselves one step closer to an interest in the particles themselves. Carla Leitao: Cloud Architecture
  • The result is a rockingly loud recording of spontaneous studio sessions. W♥M
  • In any kind of breeze they smoke like a forest fire, sending clouds of grey dust over the moored yachts and into harbourside streets.
  • He and the coffee table hit the ground with a loud thud and the sound for breaking wood.
  • The wind stopped and the falling rain ceased, clouds slowly began to form anew.
  • The purr wasn't very loud, for the blue kitten was like to sneeze from the dust. The Blue Cat of Castle Town
  • But the younger sister was an actress even then; loud, raucous and playing to the crowd.
  • Rain, heavy cloud cover and thick fog in the area had prompted Albania's prime minister to cancel his own flight to the conference.
  • Passenger jets often look deceptively slow and graceful as they cruise over the clouds.
  • A racer from Team Whole Foods Market wrenched her ankle immediately and vanished in the cloud of dust raised by the stampede.
  • That's why we turn to the courts, to uncloud things. Charles Karel Bouley: Glad I Was Wrong Mr. Newsom
  • The songs, meanwhile, played on over city loudspeakers and local radios. Times, Sunday Times
  • He was no longer talking to her, merely venting his rage out loud.
  • The kitchen was beclouded with steam.
  • Edna said, with a blinding smile, the echo of her clacking heels loud on the hardwood floor of our hallway.
  • This territory has lush green hills, azure blue skies and spectacular beaches where the loudest noise you will hear is the sound of a coconut dropping to soft white sands.
  • Right now, the weather is great, but in the afternoon, they're concerned that these thunderstorms are going to move in, these so - called anvil clouds, which could contain rain or lightning, which could dangerous for the shuttle to launch. CNN Transcript Jun 30, 2006
  • She swallowed a humph, then nearly groaned aloud when, clapping her hands, Lady Hightham urged them to gather around for some music. ON A WICKED DAWN
  • The afternoon sunset had tinted the white clouds and blue sky into subtle, mellow shades and the fresh, wet winds brushed our faces as we were transported to the tideland in an ox cart.
  • A NASA study found some clouds that form on tiny haze particles are not cooling the Earth as much as previously thought.
  • A dark cloud of bees comes swarming out of the hive.
  • The crack of the whip was so loud; her ears were ringing, not to mention the whelp on her back.
  • He was jeered for joking about missing jets, then goaded fans to boo louder. The Sun
  • For this reason, sounds within this resonant cavity are heard quite differently, appearing fuller and louder. BRITAIN BC: Life In Britain and Ireland before the Romans
  • A land of sandy reds and ochre, a land of cloudy white grass. Times, Sunday Times
  • For spouts of wild fury dashed up into the clouds; and the shore, wherever any sight of it was left, weltered in a sadly frothsome state, like the chin of a Titan with a lather-brush at work. Mary Anerley
  • Whether or not you're a logomaniac (one obsessed with words), this esoteric collection of English words should prove entertaining; it even might make you cachinnate (laugh loudly) as you turn the pages.
  • But the second ... I wanted to warn you: black ice, low cloud, a speed trap; some hazard.
  • Quiet people have the loudest minds. Stephen Hawking 
  • We outsource our memories to the cloud and virtualize our friends. The Times Literary Supplement
  • The teacher asked the students to read the text aloud after class.
  • The liberty of the citizen, and false imprisonment were discanted on in a loud and moving manner. A Journal of a Young Man of Massachusetts, 2nd ed. Late A Surgeon On Board An American Privateer, Who Was Captured At Sea By The British, In May, Eighteen Hundred And Thirteen, And Was Confined First, At Melville Island, Halifax, Then At Chatham, In Engla
  • The moment was abruptly shattered by the sound of Mia's loud voice.
  • In building a cloud infrastructure, other considerations include infrastructure resource management and capacity planning.
  • Consider a classic experiment where volunteers were told to bellow as loud as they could as part of a shouting competition. Times, Sunday Times
  • He raved, he cursed, he shook his fists in my face, and then suddenly a horrible spasm passed over his features, he clapped his hand to his side, and with a loud cry he fell in a heap at my feet.
  • I laughed at loud at her stubborn and willful spirit.
  • Here the interior is inlaid with millions of beautiful shells, scallops, paloudres, clams, periwinkles, mussels, oysters and rogans.
  • The voice acting is deliberately hammy, the sound effects are loud and intrusive and the gameplay is frantic.
  • Where I see Hawfinches they become more visible from early afternoon in the tops of trees - often Beech or Hornbeam. Listen out for the loud ticking call.
  • Her naturally loud voice seemed to bounce off the walls.
  • Sexual sins were addressed loudly and regularly from the pul pits, especially by women preachers, whom we called missionaries. God is Not a Christian, Nor a Jew, Muslim, Hindu …
  • She gave a loud hiccup.
  • An astronaut orbiting 230 miles high grabbed his camera to capture the cloudless scene. The Sun
  • A Ford sedan, the very symbol of middle-class moderation, offers electrically heated outside mirrors, for crying out loud.
  • As I tucked into this steaming Bunter-sized platter out on the darkening waters, I swear I heard the seals give a loud bark of disapproval.
  • The carriage teetered precariously as he moved to take a seat opposite her and they stared at each other in a calming silence as she drank, but once she finished, the cup fell from her loose fingers and clattered loudly on the floor.
  • Every cloud has a silver lining. 
  • All was coloured with admiration of his beauty and grace, and mingled with boundless pity for their sad overclouding and defeature! Thomas Wingfold, Curate
  • The former typically involves large men in loud tartan tossing the caber, throwing the hammer and putting the stone, while the latter includes athletic track and field events.
  • He used his knife to deflect her sword and they clashed with a loud clang.
  • Just as she darted into the shadows, her dark cloak billowing behind her, showing a flash of crimson, a loud ruckus came from the front door.
  • We got caught in it anyway being too high up when it drifted towards us - dense pouring cloud - filling in every clough and gulley between us and the hills over the valley.
  • So-called cloud-based programs are accessed via the Web, rather than loaded onto a user's computer. Microsoft's Office Still Sells
  • The cops came with loud sirens blaring and I just prayed that no one would discover me until the coast was clear and I could get away.
  • I took out my last barracan, as some precaution against the threatening clouds. Narrative of a Mission to Central Africa Performed in the Years 1850-51, Volume 2 Under the Orders and at the Expense of Her Majesty's Government
  • We stayed in the cloud forest at one point. Times, Sunday Times
  • We retired to promises of clear skies the next day, in spite of the weighty cloud cover. Times, Sunday Times
  • The loud checks of his ample suit made the bookies appear attired for a funeral.
  • a great artiste's rendering of that story of fierce passion and aching desire so brilliantly enacted under the white sunbeat of a country of cloudless skies. Wyoming, a Story of the Outdoor West
  • Patches of pale blue appeared fleetingly, punch holes of sanity beneath the roiling storm clouds. Mercy Kill
  • Some come buzzing drunkenly off the ceiling, motor around loudly, and butt against the light.
  • One mammoth cloud lay half-way across the sky, a big fleecy blanket, dragging its train. DANSVILLE
  • The ogoh-ogoh, escorted by groups of people carrying bamboo torches and a loud gamelan ensemble, are paraded on the night before Nyepi.
  • He almost laughed aloud when she mentioned his bewitching her into sleep.
  • The king's voice, which rarely rises above normal speaking levels, is harsh and overloud.
  • In fact, students clamor for the courses - admittedly, more loudly in some regions of the country than others.
  • It's cloudy and drizzly til about 1, so I have time for that. Odin's Day
  • In the scenes set within the club, superbly loud music makes your subwoofers thump and your rump shake and roll.
  • Being so close to the Pacific means that the weather can be dicey: perishing cold, low cloud and sudden thaws on the lower slopes.
  • She nearly gasped out loud at this insult.
  • All the man saw was a bright azure sky, bright white clouds moving about like sea lions chasing one another, and a bright shining sun that warmed his face.
  • The bass guitar began to thump so loudly that it resonated in my head.
  • He quietly gathered a few bolts and washers from the floor and threw them to the other end of a row of crates, causing a loud sound to come from that direction.
  • The low sun is a disc behind high, thin clouds. Times, Sunday Times
  • Most of the time his voice was loud and strident. Christianity Today
  • When I attempt to engage in debate about their views they become loud and insulting.
  • Applause was loudest from the stand bearing his name. Times, Sunday Times
  • Double Representation; nay almost enjoining it, so loud is the jargon and eleutheromania. The French Revolution
  • The sun had begun to set, making the sky and clouds a strangely ominous pinkish hue.
  • He opened his mouth to answer but was cut short by a loud booming noise.
  • Air moving within the cloud causes huge differences in the electrical distribution.
  • Clouds gather, sometimes developing into a cyclone but will a water-starved Chennai see its tanks, lakes, wells and reservoirs full this year?
  • A feeling of drowsiness steals over me; that succulent cold chikor, followed by a generous slice of cake upon which I so nobly lunched, clouds somewhat my active faculties, and the article -- "A Bear Battue in the A Holiday in the Happy Valley with Pen and Pencil

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