Antonyms for boomed

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"There, now," she boomed, as if some satisfying finality had been brought about.

"People, you must be patient," boomed the Government announcer.

The big Sharps boomed; the saddles emptied to their booming.

Long, slow swells were running, and they boomed inshore on the rocks.

"On the right," boomed old Anson from the foot of the table.

That great colony is being "boomed" in a most energetic way.

When they had given up, I boomed orders at them through a speaker in the crate.

"First call to dinner in the dining-car," he boomed out in a heavy bass.

A pianist is boomed a year ahead, like Paderewski, for instance.

"Get your donkey out of the way, fool," he boomed in a deep-chested roar.