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1. aloud

adverb. ['əˈlaʊd'] using the voice; not silently.

Antonyms

  • softness

Etymology

  • aloud (Middle English (1100-1500))

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Words that Rhyme with Aloud

  • overcrowd
  • disavowed
  • disallowed
  • mcloud
  • mcleod
  • mccloud
  • macleod
  • enshroud
  • unbowed
  • stroud
  • endowed
  • shroud
  • proud
  • plowed
  • ploughed
  • odowd
  • o'dowd
  • crowd
  • cloud
  • browed
  • avowed
  • allowed
  • abboud
  • wowed
  • vowed
  • sowed
  • how'd
  • houde
  • goude
  • dowd

How do you pronounce aloud?

Pronounce aloud as əˈlaʊd.

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Example sentences of the word aloud


1. Particle
The sentence is whispered from each employee to the next until finally, the last player recites it aloud.

2. Noun, singular or mass
Read your words aloud and see how they sound.

3. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
Have your students read their papers aloud to the class or post them where others can read them.

4. Adjective
Proofread the letter by reading it aloud.

5. Verb, 3rd person singular present
Proofread your paper by reading it aloud so you can find mistakes more easily.

Quotes containing the word aloud


1. The most courageous act is still to think for yourself. Aloud.
- Coco Chanel

2. If you truly love a book, you should sleep with it, write in it, read aloud from it, and fill its pages with muffin crumbs.
- Anne Fadiman

3. I was talking aloud to myself. A habit of the old: they choose the wisest person present to speak to
- J.R.R. Tolkien, The Two Towers

2. aloud

adverb. ['əˈlaʊd'] with relatively high volume.

Synonyms

  • loudly

Antonyms

  • inaudible
  • quiet

Etymology

  • aloud (Middle English (1100-1500))
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