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The answer LOUDLY has 16 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of loudly in various dictionaries:
adv - with relatively high volume
adv - in manner that attracts attention
adv - used as a direction in music
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|Possible Jeopardy Clues|
|If your sheet music is marked "strepitoso", you must play this way, no matter who's asleep|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|In a loud manner at a high volume.|
|a : marked by intensity or volume of sound. b : producing a bloudb sound. 2. : clamorous, noisy.|
|making a lot of noise:|
|In a way that produces much noise.|
|with relatively high volume|
|used as a direction in music to be played relatively loudly|
|in manner that attracts attention|
|Loudly might refer to|
In acoustics, loudness is the subjective perception of sound pressure. More formally, it is defined as, "That attribute of auditory sensation in terms of which sounds can be ordered on a scale extending from quiet to loud." The relation of physical attributes of sound to perceived loudness consists of physical, physiological and psychological components. The study of apparent loudness is included in the topic of psychoacoustics and employs methods of psychophysics.|
* In different industries, loudness may have different meanings and different measurement standards. Some definitions, such as ITU-R BS.1770 refer to relative loudness of different segments of electronically reproduced sounds, such as for broadcasting and cinema. Others, such as ISO 532A (Stevens loudness, measured in sones), ISO 532B (Zwicker loudness), DIN 45631 and ASA/ANSI S3.4, have a more general scope and are often used to characterize loudness of environmental noise.
* Loudness, a subjective measure, often confused with