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  • adj. comparative form of loud: more loud

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Examples

  • He laughs and jokes with them, and feels quite at ease ... when suddenly, he begins to hear 'a low, dull, quick sound '... which grows' louder -- louder -- _louder'_ ... to the point where he is at the end of his rope and blurts out to the police (who, curiously, did not seem to hear a thing): 'I admit the deed!

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

  • As we keep moving I ask what it is like for him being back on the field, Giants fans still everywhere at Lucas Oil, chanting his name louder than ever.

    NYDN Rss

  • He stopped to relight it and called my name louder—so loudly that he frightened me.

    The New Yorker Stories

  • Rita put her finger to her lips and softly mouthed the word “no,” only causing the gentleman to say her name louder.

    A Love So Deep

  • She listened intently for a reply, then yelled his name louder.

    Vince Flynn Collectors’ Edition #1

  • Note, The sorer and nearer the punishment of sin is, the louder is the call to repentance and reformation.

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume V (Matthew to John)

  • Merry enacted the trauma of childhood in louder and more dramatic ways: she drank, smoked, chose the wrong men and slept with too many of them.

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » Interview with Randy Susan Meyers, part 1

  • He called louder and circled around again, went back inside and did the same, this time going down to the cellar where he doubted she would be.

    Knockout

  • But maybe, what has got them saying "No" louder is the fact that Arizona just messed up big time, and this legislation will mobilize Latinos (and everybody else who knows this recently-passed racial profiling law is bunk) to vote against them this November and beyond.

    GOP lawmakers seek to halt immigration reform push

  • "I've been in louder stadiums," Chicago catcher A.J. Pierzynski would say after the game, "I can tell you that."

    Rays usher in new era in franchise history

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