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Definition of "loud-voiced" []

  • Having a loud voice; speaking with a loud voice; noisy; clamorous. (adjective)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "loud-voiced" in a sentence
  • "One young fan asks Jane Lynch if she would mind saying "something mean," and Lynch obliges in her best loud-voiced Sue Sylvester: "I will not rest until I see your headless body floating in a shallow lake!""
  • "Daughtry nodded, and thereupon ensued a loud-voiced discussion that drew Michael's earnest attention from one talker to the other."
  • "They were loud-voiced people who often moved their furniture about and once or twice had given noisy parties."