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  • adv. In a booming manner; loudly.


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  • After what feels like two dozen weeks of auditions, Randy, Steven and Weepy McLopez made their "final judgment" as Seacrest boomingly kept calling the ep, like God crossed with Guy Smiley and unleashed on the world American Idol Season 10's Top 24...

    Watercooler: American Idol's Top 24… Have At 'Em!

  • His insistence on the values to be upheld for Scotland, repeated, naturally, (if not boomingly) throughout his many interviews yesterday show his thinking in full or rather what he ultimately used as the justification for his desicion.

    John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...

  • Providence, R.I. Not all the big Broadway hits of the '40s were as boomingly earnest as "South Pacific."

    The Importance of Not Being Earnest

  • Somewhere behind me, out of view, David Mellor is having a good time - we know this as he says so, boomingly and often, during the interval.

    Gordon Brown, Charlie Whelan and Me

  • In his jubilation at these presages the King, standing to make his exit, announced boomingly that this gentle and unforced accord of Hamlet sat so smiling to his heart that, at every health he would drink today, the great cannons would tell the clouds.

    It Happened at Elsinore

  • Even while he was missing, those uncertain hours of anxious speculation and dismal journalism, she had assumed Maxwell would be found boomingly alive, having spent the whole time enjoying the amorous advances of a short-sighted minke whale.

    Country of the Blind

  • Once again Skauraul spoke boomingly from the tower.

    Conan The Hunter

  • "Come in, children," the woman said, her voice boomingly dulcet.

    The Color of Her Panties

  • A few minutes later Blore came into the courtyard and boomingly proclaimed that luncheon was served.

    Tied Up in Tinsel

  • And while he did this, he talked rapidly, boomingly, with immense enthusiasm.

    The Human Chord


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