Sentence for aloud | Use aloud in a sentence

Sentences using the word aloud. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use aloud in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for aloud.

  • He said it aloud. (10)
  • Raikes sang aloud. (10)
  • Adrian laughed aloud. (10)
  • Fulkerson mused aloud. (9)
  • Then pray speak aloud. (4)
  • The rest he read aloud. (1)
  • Cecilia reflected aloud. (10)
  • Mrs. Wishaw whispered aloud. (10)
  • I heard him mention it aloud. (10)
  • Crossjay cried aloud with pain. (10)
  • As for us, we could have shouted aloud. (2)
  • Wilfrid could not keep from sobbing aloud. (10)
  • I could hardly help laughing aloud sometimes. (4)
  • The priest snorted aloud like a battle-horse. (2)
  • Repeat it aloud, minding the pulsation of feet. (10)
  • Repeat it aloud, minding the pulsation of feet. (22)
  • He covered his face with his hands and groaned aloud. (1)
  • Adding, she wondered aloud what could have become of them. (9)
  • The contents of the letter permitted me to read it aloud. (10)
  • Did they read the new historical fictions aloud to one another? (9)
  • From time to time a woman in a dripping bonnet whimpered aloud. (10)
  • Emma denied none of it aloud, and agreed to none of it in private. (4)
  • He called aloud for the recovery of yesterday, bellowed, groaned. (10)
  • His speech was slow, like that of a man accustomed to think aloud. (8)
  • My patience was not proof against the repetition of it aloud to me. (10)
  • He drew on his gloves, and named the place whither he was going, aloud. (10)
  • Dorothy put it with great natural earnestness, and they all laughed aloud. (10)
  • Elizabeth had informed him that he talked to himself incessantly, and aloud. (10)
  • Mrs. Jennings soon appeared, and the note being given her, she read it aloud. (4)
  • He tried to find out whether he had spoken aloud by addressing her pleasantly. (9)
  • The driver cried aloud and filled the mountains with the cracking of his whip. (2)
  • He would have cried aloud his relationship, but the hawk whispered in his ear. (10)
  • She sang aloud among the rocks and the caves and the illumined waters: Destiny! (10)
  • My father read passages of the book aloud, and he wanted me to read it all myself. (9)
  • Richard repeated the intelligence to Ripton, who cried aloud that Tom was a brick. (10)
  • Verrian frowned blackly in his disgust, so blackly that Miss Macroyd laughed aloud. (9)
  • She reads aloud to me, so that I save my eyes and practise my ears at the same time. (14)
  • Some minutes later Mrs. Mountstuart called aloud for the colonel, to drive him away. (10)
  • Scarcely was this reflection made half aloud, when a sudden shock threw me from my seat. (6)
  • As I turned from the door, I could scarcely avoid laughing aloud at the figure before me. (6)
  • By a lapse of politeness, he repeated it to himself half aloud; he was shockingly nervous. (10)
  • Read only the first act aloud to either your mother or aunt, and see how you can approve it. (4)
  • He groaned aloud, so that the Italians noticed it, and doubtless spoke of it among themselves. (9)
  • Once he prayed aloud for her in a hoarse voice; then her pitiful, impatient eyes signed to me. (8)
  • Her sister often read it aloud, standing behind her and rendering it with elocutionary effects. (9)
  • Suddenly she shrieked aloud and her mistress sank together and covered her face with her hands. (5)
  • He loved Burns, too, and he used to read aloud from him, I must own, to my inexpressible weariness. (9)
  • At one end of the long, low drawing-room Stephen, in evening dress, was reading aloud from a review. (8)
  • The postals used to come about dinner-time, and Clemens would read them aloud to us in wild triumph. (9)
  • The full bitterness of having missed right action swept over Winton, and he positively groaned aloud. (8)
  • He had gone, as the Countess said aloud, on a diplomatic mission to Fallow field, with Andrew Cogglesby. (10)
  • His mother read some passages from his letters aloud to show Westover how Jeff was keeping his eyes open. (9)
  • He had not the power of making very clear his thought, except by speaking aloud, and he muttered to himself. (8)
  • Then it looked round and, perceiving the knight, bellowed aloud, and changed itself into a dragon spouting fire. (5)
  • He read it aloud to the author on the afternoon of the fourth day, with the satisfaction in his voice that he felt. (10)
  • Rhoda half lifted her head; the slight tone of a change to tenderness swelled the gulfs of pity, and she wept aloud. (10)
  • Rhoda half lifted her head; the slight tone of a change to tenderness swelled the gulfs of pity, and she wept aloud. (22)
  • Lady Gosstre, as she was being conducted to her carriage, had pronounced aloud that Emilia was decidedly worth hearing. (10)
  • This not only gave him the resolution, but forced him to proclaim the truth aloud, and to call injustice by its right name. (5)
  • She climbed slowly, in the very middle, an extremely small white figure on those wide and shining stairs, counting them aloud. (8)
  • He was a lover of the things he liked, and full of a passion for them which satisfied itself in reading them matchlessly aloud. (9)
  • Pole had spoken her name aloud; and whether he did it somehow, now and then by accident, and whether he had looked worse of late. (10)
  • But sometimes of an evening, before we went to cards, he would read something aloud out of the Elegant Extracts, very entertaining. (4)
  • To judge by what he shouts aloud, he intends carrying you off the first opportunity, divorcing, and installing you in Cobeck Hall. (10)
  • He longed to cry aloud in his shame and pain, and to fly for comfort to his sympathetic mother and strong brother in the other boat. (5)
  • The decisions of this august and learned jurist were always read aloud by the clerk, and a copy supplied to the counsel on each side. (7)
  • She bends, he quickens; she breathes low, he springs Enraptured; low she laughs, his woes disperse; Aloud she laughs and sweeps his varied strings. (10)
  • He was in the habit of uttering his calculations half aloud, wherein the prophetic doubts of experience, and the succulent insinuations of appetite, contended hotly. (10)

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Definition of aloud:

  • aloud, a-lowd’, adv. with a loud voice: loudly. (0)

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