Aloud (adverb)

  1. Out loud; with the use of the voice.
  2. In a way that can be heard.

Origin:

Middle english: from old english on léoð "on a song", later "openly, publicly".

Examples:

  1. He read the book aloud to his children.
  2. She laughed aloud at the joke.
  3. He spoke aloud his thoughts.
  4. I whispered it aloud to myself.
  5. She recited the poem aloud.
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