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aloud

adverb \ə-ˈlad\

: in a way that can be clearly heard : in a voice that can be heard

Full Definition of ALOUD

1
archaic :  in a loud manner :  loudly
2
:  with the speaking voice <read aloud>

Examples of ALOUD

  1. <the mischievous teacher likes to call on the sleepiest-looking students to read aloud from the textbook>

Origin of ALOUD

Middle English, from 1a- + loud
First Known Use: 13th century

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