loudspeaker

[ loud-spee-ker ]SEE DEFINITION OF loudspeaker
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The address to the crowd at the Capitol was broadcast on a loudspeaker.

Crawford's back was to them as he stared at the loudspeaker.

After a full two minutes there was still no answer from the loudspeaker.

A loudspeaker shouted into the room: "Come out of there, Lane, or we'll blast you out."

There was a babble of voices from the loudspeaker, punctuated by bursts of static.

Near a small hummock, a loudspeaker rose from its stand, to face the house.

The loudspeaker voice was coming to the end of the prisoner list.

A loudspeaker blared the chant of the croupiers from the tables inside.

There was a clicking sound and the loudspeaker died with a sputter of static.

A continual stream of taunts and threats came from the loudspeaker.

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