Loudly [adverb]

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Sentence/Example of Loudly:

In this corner of Oregon, there are no urban centers that would register loud and powerful opposition to oil and gas.

It is the one moment when each voter’s voice can be heard loud and clear through a ballot.

Google says the new speaker is 75 percent louder than the original Google Home, with 50 percent stronger bass.

To fully enjoy the newsletter today, please interrupt your friends and family by reading sections out loud.

Singing, like loud speaking or coughing, is also a particularly dangerous activity.

We heard loud and clear that many staff are just not comfortable.

As people gather, they have to talk louder and louder to get fewer words across.

In Paris, Joachim soon found that the royal road to success lay in denouncing loudly all superior officers of lack of patriotism.

It was on an occasion of the death of a man in this city by stabbing, who begged loudly for confession.

The active Capt descended, and seizing the substantial handle rang loudly.