Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a thunderous manner; with thunder or a noise like thunder.
- adv. In a thunderous manner, very loudly.
“Her ticket selling capacity is renowned as well, she is the only local club boxer to have the crowd chant her name thunderously on a regular basis.”
“The voice of an unseen stage-hand called thunderously to an invisible "Bill" to commere quick.”
“But a voice in her conscience would echo thunderously, Like hell you're going to give up, Birtukan.”
“Why, the thought often occurs, try the flashy route through midwicket when he can hit the ball so thunderously straight with less risk.”
“Let yourself fall upon the earth, thunderously, like rain.”
“Otherwise we will continue to be white noise in a world inundated with thunderously alienating religious voices.”
“As the rhythmic beating of taiko drums filled the air, the floats—each outfitted with a 13-foot-high wooden tower and a telephone-pole-sized log jutting out from the base—collided thunderously.”
“As I write this, the rain is pounding so thunderously on my tin roof that it drowns out all other sound, with the sole exception of a deep grumbly thunder.”
“He had just grounded into an inning-ending double play—squandering a chance for the Yankees to extend their 6-4 lead—and yet the crowd was cheering thunderously, like they'd never been happier.”
“Yet they were reared hazardously one on another, and ever and anon flashing towers and rainbow minarets crumbled thunderously into the flood.”
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