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Urban Dictionary for "loud"
- described as large amount and strength. Applied of noise.
- manufacturing sound of large amount and strength.
- Clamorous and insistent: noisy denials.
- Having offensively brilliant colors: a loud necktie.
- Having an offensively powerful smell.
- Offensive in manner.
- of good intensity.
- perhaps not simple or reserved, brash.
- Having unpleasantly and tastelessly contrasting tints or patterns.
- Having, making, or being a stronger or great sound; noisy; hitting the ear with great power
- Clamorous; boisterous.
- Emphatic; impressive; urgent.
- Ostentatious; prone to entice attention; gaudy
- characterized by or making noise of great amount or strength
- used chiefly as a direction or description in songs
- tastelessly showy
- With loudness; loudly.
- with reasonably high amount
- Strong or powerful in sound; high-sounding; noisy: since, a loud cry; loud thunder.
- Uttering or emitting outstanding sound; giving out a good sound: since, noisy instruments.
- talking to energy or enthusiasm; vehement; clamorous; loud.
- High; boisterous; stormy; turbulent.
- Urgent or pressing; sobbing: as, a loud require reform.
- Ostentatious; pompous: pretentious; boastful.
- Flashy; showy; overloaded with ornament or colors, as a garment or a-work of art; conspicuous in way or appearance; vulgar; overdone.
- powerful in odor; of evil odor.
- Synonyms and Resounding, vociferous.
- Loudly; noisily.