from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Too loud; noisy.

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  • adjective Too loud.


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

over- +‎ loud


  • A plane with a low passenger-mile/fuel ratio could be reconceived as a jetzar, and a country with an overloud political voice might be termed a nationtzar.

    The English Is Coming!

  • He passed along the drive in front of the bungalows where the only sign of life was a blue glint on drawn drapes and overloud voices in heightened discussion.

    Happy Landings

  • The sound seemed overloud in the silence upstairs.

    My Fair Succubi

  • It used to be that the young folk had all the fun – taking too many drugs, wilfully damaging their hearing with overloud music, being joyously unaware of the significance of words such as "utility bills" and "inflation" – but who really thinks that now?

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  • This does not make Chelsea fans bad people, despite suspicions that there are even more overpaid and overloud geezer types on their terraces than there are on the pitch: it just means that family ties are stronger than the urge to be judgmental.

    Marlon King's return would be a moral stretch too far

  • They were everywhere she looked, in every conceivable incarnation, their voices and laughter overloud with exaggerated self-confidence.

    Winter Bloom

  • Jacob Rausch chose that moment to saunter past, surrounded by allies who shunned her with overloud laughter.

    The Black Madonna

  • Even as we worry — deep below the alcohol and overloud laugher, we worry — the other men are better players.

    What Our Fathers Knew

  • Clowns lumbered out and engaged in overloud, overlong skits that had all the sophistication and humor of the hokey-pokey.

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  • Now, a couple of years later and back in Los Angeles, those clubs and plenty of overcrowded, overloud bars in my rear-view mirror, the thesis hasn't changed.

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