Loude in a sentence

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Entering his house, "with loude tunes they made all signs of great joy.
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As to an Angell: If I breathe too loude, Tell me; for I would be as still as night.
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Come every one That takes delight in goodnesse, helpe to sing Loude thankes for me, that I am prov'd no King.
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Loude singe cucku; Groweth seede, Bloweth meade, And springeth the weede newe.
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Wee had not bene long here, but there came one Sauage with blacke long hayre hanging about his shoulders who called vnto vs, weauing his handes downewardes towardes his bellie, vsing these wordes, Calitogh Calitogh: as wee drewe towardes him one of our mens musket vnawares shot off: wherevpon hee fell downe, and rising vp suddenly againe hee cryed thrise with a loude voyce Chiogh, Chiogh, Chiogh.
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Then did we perceiue, that whatsoeuer Taignoagny spake, was onely long of himselfe and of his fellow, for that before they departed thence our Captaine and Donnacona entred into a maruellous stedfast league of friendship, whereupon all his people at once with a loude voyce, cast out three great cryes, (a horrible thing to heare) and each one hauing taken leaue of the other for that day, we went aboord againe.
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During the space of sixe Moones (so they reckon their moneths) there are certaine women appoynted which bewaile the death of this King, crying with a loude voyce thrise a day, to wit, in the Morning, at Noone, and at Euening.
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The trumpeters with the loud minstrelsy, The heralds, that full loude yell and cry, Be in their joy for weal of Dan* Arcite.
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What for the season and the younge green, Full loude sange their affections: Them seemed to have got protections Against the sword of winter keen and cold.
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Before him went the loude minstrelsy, Till he came to his chamber of parements,<20> There as they sounded diverse instruments, That it was like a heaven for to hear.
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So loude, that I with that song awoke.
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And that there living body n'is* *is not In all that house that yonder is, That maketh all this loude fare?
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They boath steer up to the camp, when now and then as he is speaking to her on the road going up, a loude and shrill laugh is heard many times—the same time he does not sho the least sign of vulgaraty by taking any sort of liberty with her whatever.
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This Adriagne hath mochel fere Of that the wynd so loude bleu, As sche which of the See ne kneu, 5410 And preide forto reste a whyle.
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For I so loude it schal reherce, That my vois schal the hevene perce, That it schal soune in goddes Ere.
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The word under the coupe of hevene Set every thing or odde or evene; 1580 With word the hihe god is plesed, With word the wordes ben appesed, The softe word the loude stilleth; Wher lacketh good, the word fulfilleth, To make amendes for the wrong; Whan wordes medlen with the song, It doth plesance wel the more.
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Ther cride many a man largesse Unto the lordes hihe and loude; The knyhtes that ben yonge and proude, Thei jouste ferst and after daunce.
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Examples of Loude

Example #1
Before his house were ranged forty or fifty great platters of fine bread.
Example #2
Three hundred savages conducted him to Powhatan, who received him in great state.
Example #3
Shee thought was past it, and to be dishonest I thinke shee would not; if shee would have beene, The truth is, shee was watcht so narrowlie, And had so slender opportunitie, Shee hardly could have beene: But yet her cunning Found out this way; shee fain'd her selfe with child, And postes were sent in haste throughout the Land, And God was humbly thankt in every Church, That so had blest the Queen, and prayers were made For her safe going, and deliverie: Shee fain'd now to grow bigger, and perceiv'd This hope of issue made her feard, and brought A farre more large respect from everie man.
Example #4
Forbeare these starts, Or I will leave you wedded to despaire, As you are now: if you can find a temper, My breath shall be a pleasant westerne wind, That cooles, and blastes not.
Example #5
The following verse variations have also been noted between the Act printed above from A and the quartos B, C, D and G. p. 434, ll.
Example #6
B, C, D, G] two lines, _hint, rope_. p. 436, ll.