Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


It is he who cries the loudest when things go wrong; and I never cry.

"The only thing that's swell about him is his head," said Pee-wee in his loudest voice.

I am not sure that the deepest loyalty is accompanied by the loudest curses.

We all laughed together, as if trying to see which of us could laugh the loudest.

A few, and these the loudest, were swashbucklers and cutpurses.

Then the tuning coil is adjusted until the signals are loudest.

And in loudest tones he roared throughout the room his message.

So the tall boy raised his voice and shouted in his loudest key.

It is not the clock that strikes the loudest that keeps the best time.

If we get into this squabble you'll find them cheering the loudest and waving the most flags.