What is another word for very loudly?

Pronunciation: [vˈɛɹɪ lˈa͡ʊdli] (IPA)

When you need to describe a sound that is "very loudly", there are several synonyms that you can use to add more depth and color to your writing. Some examples of descriptors that you could use instead of "very loudly" include "blaringly", "thunderously", "ear-splittingly", "roaringly", "deafeningly", and "forcefully". Each of these phrases helps to paint a picture of the sound that you are trying to convey. Whether you are describing the roar of a crowd, the blast of a car horn, or a rumbling explosion, these synonyms can help you to create a more vivid and engaging description that will capture your readers' attention.

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What are the hypernyms for Very loudly?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for very loudly?

The opposite of "very loudly" is "softly" or "quietly." When we speak softly, we lower our voice and reduce the volume, making a peaceful atmosphere. We are not sounding agitated or angry. On the contrary, when we speak very loudly, we project our voice at full volume, making it difficult for those around us to focus. Speaking loudly can also create tension and discomfort, causing people to feel oppressed, threatened, or unnerved. Knowing how to dial up or down the volume and tone in your speaking is essential to communicate effectively. Instead of speaking very loudly, sometimes just speaking assertively or confidently can get you the desired result.

What are the antonyms for Very loudly?

Famous quotes with Very loudly

  • "All the other animals in the forest naturally expect me to be brave, for the Lion is everywhere thought to be the King of Beasts. I learned that if I roared very loudly every living thing was frightened and got out of my way. Whenever I've met a man I've been awfully scared; but I just roared at him, and he has always run away as fast as he could go. If the elephants and the tigers and the bears had ever tried to fight me, I should have run myself — I'm such a coward; but just as soon as they hear me roar they all try to get away from me, and of course I let them go."
    L. Frank Baum
  • Do you think I'm seventeen, he remembered she had said. Not very loudly, but she had said it, though she was not annoyed any more. It had sounded more as though she was sorry she was no longer seventeen. (p. 187)
    Stig Dagerman

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