Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In a raucous manner; with a crocking sound; hoarsely.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adverb In a raucous manner; loudly.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adverb in a rowdy manner
  • adverb with a raucous sound

Etymologies

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raucous +‎ -ly

Examples

  • His voice was more strenuous than sweet, and Del Bishop, discovering himself at last, joined in raucously on the choruses.

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  • Crows call raucously in eucalyptus trees along the orchard edge, blending into distant green, completing this pristine actuality.

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  • Crows call raucously in eucalyptus trees along the orchard edge, blending into distant green, completing this pristine actuality.

    Is In Its Proper Place

  • Now more crows began to call raucously, these from the forest behind them.

    The Waste Lands

  • Around him midshipmen and other crew hurried, searching for the right cables, calling raucously on the comm lines for input from the Argo's ancient computer memory.

    Tides Of Light

  • At this time of the year, the vast restaurant was nearly empty, but the seagulls, grown bold and enormous from being fed by Gos-man's customers, swooped and called raucously across the dark water as if it were the height of summer.

    The Kaisho

  • Far off, along the course of the tumbling stream, turbulently striving to care for far more than its share of the melt-water of the hills, a jaybird called raucously as though in an effort to drown the sweeter, softer notes of a robin nesting in the new-green of a quaking aspen.

    The White Desert

  • It is cold and dark outside, and the only sound is of crows calling raucously to each other beyond my window.

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  • A labour of love funded out-of-pocket by Gordon and Brassard, Ferno House marries a kind of raucously ironic, hang-on-by-the-edge-of-your-teeth quality to their privileging of care, quality, and a beautiful finished product.

    Torontoist

  • A blue jay flitted from tree to tree, following them through the woods and calling raucously to warn the other creatures of the humans’ presence.

    Mistletoe and Holly

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