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LOUD, adjective [Latin laudo, to praise, and with a prefix, plaudo. Heb.]
1. Having a great sound; high sounding; noisy; striking the ear with great force; as a loud voice; a loud cry; loud thunder.
2. Uttering or making a great noise; as loud instruments. 2 Chronicles 30:21.
3. Clamorous; noisy.
She is loud and stubborn. Proverbs 7:11.
4. Emphatical; impressive; as a loud call to avoid danger.
1. With great sound or noise; noisily.
Who long and loudly in the schools declaimed.
2. Clamorously; with vehement complaints or importunity. He loudly complained of intolerance.
1. Great sound or noise; as the loudness of a voice or of thunder.
2. Clamor; clamorousness; turbulence; uproar.