Aloud in a sentence

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Definition of Aloud

  • With a loud voice, or great noise; loudly; audibly.
  • using the voice; not silently
  • with relatively high volume

How to use aloud in a sentence. Aloud pronunciation.

Now he was in the sitting-room, and now-involuntarily she drew herself into a heap, and pulled the coverlet over her head-now he laughed aloud, so loud and scornfully, that she felt her hands and feet turn cold, and a rushing crimson mist floated before her eyes.
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This whirl of mad imagining, which he vainly endeavored to make clear to himself, threatened to distract his reason, and he groaned aloud; the sound of his own voice brought him back to actuality.
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He spoke the last words aloud, and then desired one of the senator's slaves to give his mule a good feed and drink, for his own groom, and the superior decurion who during his absence must take his place, were also worshippers of Mithras, and had not yet returned from the mountain.
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Emmeline, frenzied by the certainty that her own house was on fire, began to cry aloud for her child, and Mumford rushed like a madman through the garden.
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When he read aloud from the manuscript, Pushkin, who had listened with growing seriousness, cried, "God!
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One evening, the 19 March 1873, he entered a room where his ten-year-old boy had been reading aloud from a story by Pushkin.
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He cries aloud to his dead daughter.
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But it turned out that he had never read aloud to people, and was too shy to venture the attempt now.
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Which epistle Nancy cruelly read aloud to Mary, with a sprightliness and sarcastic humour not excelled by her criticisms of 'the Prophet' in days gone by.
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He composed aloud, balancing many a pretty antithesis, and polishing more than one lively paradox.
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He almost laughed aloud at the idea of being surprised in this position by the terrible Des Rameures, or his niece.
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Inconstancy of heart is the special attribute of man; but he deems it his privilege as well, and when woman disputes the palm with him on this ground, he cries aloud as if the victim of a robber.
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She threw herself on the divan, buried her face in the cushions and sobbed aloud.
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How these persons ever obtained places high above deserving officers of capacity and experience is a question which cries aloud for exposure-but in a good many cases they did.
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Taking up a brilliantly bound volume which reposed upon a rosewood table, Popanilla recited aloud a sonnet to Liberty; but the account given of the goddess by the bard was so confused, and he seemed so little acquainted with his subject, that the reader began to suspect it was an effusion of the gaoler.
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At daybreak they rose, sang a hymn, and prayed together, breakfasted at eight o'clock, the daily text being read aloud, then worked until half past eleven, when they dined and read the Bible.
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The heaven that rolls around cries aloud to you while it displays its eternal beauties, and yet your eyes are fixed upon the earth alone.
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They called aloud for Trouble, but he did not answer.
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And that so it is, not only words bear witness, but facts proclaim aloud.
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And when he was forgiven and raised up from the ground, behold, a little black boy flew out of his bosom, howling aloud, and crying, "Why, O man of God, dost thou drive me from my habitation, where I have dwelt for seven years?
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Examples of Aloud

Example #1
Then the light came back into the bed-room, and came nearer and nearer.
Example #2
As yet he had not spoken to her, nor opened his lips to utter a word.
Example #3
He tried to protect himself and meditated revenge against the seducer, and still he could not altogether lose the sense of his own identity.
Example #4
Every hour of pain, and the whole bitter anguish that his betrayed benefactor had suffered through his act when he had seduced Glycera, he himself now seemed to realize, and at the same time the enemy that had betrayed him, Servianus, was none other than himself, Phoebicius, the Gaul.
Example #5
Phoebicius did not doubt that the woman who had joined the caravan-which he himself had seen yesterday-was his fugitive wife, and he knew that his delay might have reduced his earnest wish to overtake her and punish her to the remotest probability; but he was a Roman soldier, and would rather have laid violent hands on himself than have left his post without a deputy.
Example #6
When at last his fellow-worshippers came from their sacrifice and worship of the rising sun, his preparations for his long journey were completed.