making a lot of noise that you can hear clearly
attracting attention by being unpleasantly noisy or colourful
in a loud way
"a group of loud children"
"her voice was too loud"
"a flash car"
"a flashy ring"
"a gaudy costume"
"loud sport shirts"
"a meretricious yet stylish book"
"the forte passages in the composition"
"the band played loudly"
"she spoke loudly and angrily"
"he spoke loud enough for those at the back of the room to hear him"
"cried aloud for help"
Down the Steep it falls, In loud Cascades.
出自： G. Lyttelton
The storm was now loud.
出自： A. Radcliffe
The loud waves lash'd the shore.
出自： T. Campbell
A straight, loud voice that rang through the terrible silence.
出自： C. Potok
An explosion a hundred times louder than the loudest..thunderclap.
出自： A. Davis
Vibrations from a loud electric bell.
出自： B. Ashley
Better not talk so loud He may be listening.
出自： G. Greene
They could hear the storm blowing louder than before.
出自： P. Bowles