- n. a portable loudspeaker with built-in microphone and amplifier
“Seems to me that wandering around empty streets shouting through a loud-hailer might be an offence in itself. on May 13, 2009 at 12: 23 pm TheCogitator”
“Foot Village are four LA hipsters who batter the bejesus out of their drums and scream into a loud-hailer – best in small doses, probably, but invigorating nonetheless.”
“Jack spun and saw Mao Gongli standing at the rim of crater beside a huge Type-90 main battle tank, holding a loud-hailer to his mouth.”
“A police helicopter hovered overhead and barked instructions over a loud-hailer.”
“Or it could be a back-story channel, as opposed to a corporate loud-hailer.”
“Doubtless those who voted for Haw would argue that he was brave but, in politics, those who show true courage are those who take decisions, who act, rather than shouting through a loud-hailer.”
“In the end, Robson spoke to 6,000 Middlesbrough children through a loud-hailer.”
“I'm there, I have the loud-hailer, and I'm gonna use it.”
“The enemy troops had surrounded the house where Linda was and called out through a loud-hailer for him to surrender.”
“This was Klosterheim from above, shouting through a loud-hailer.”
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