Definition of aloud in English:

aloud

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Pronunciation: /əˈlaʊd
 
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adverb

  • 2 archaic Loudly: he wept aloud
    More example sentences
    • He was humming the song aloud and loudly, louder in fact than any man would have hummed it had he expected to bump into another human being.
    • She wept aloud, the room filled with her cries of pain.
    • Miranda was weeping aloud with the infant in her arms, as was Alannis standing beside her young lord.

Origin

Middle English: from a-2 (expressing manner) + loud.

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