- Out loud; with the use of the voice.
- In a way that can be heard.
Middle english: from old english on léoð "on a song", later "openly, publicly".
- He read the book aloud to his children.
- She laughed aloud at the joke.
- He spoke aloud his thoughts.
- I whispered it aloud to myself.
- She recited the poem aloud.
Some random words: bellwether, off-road, intern