Etymology
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loudly (adv.)

c. 1400, from loud + -ly (2).

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Definitions of loudly

loudly (adv.)
with relatively high volume;
the band played loudly
she spoke loudly and angrily
Synonyms: loud / aloud
loudly (adv.)
in manner that attracts attention;
Synonyms: obstreperously / clamorously
loudly (adv.)
used as a direction in music; to be played relatively loudly;
Synonyms: forte
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