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uproariously

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  • as inhard
  • as inloudly

synonyms for uproariously

  • heavily
  • seriously
  • strongly
  • vigorously
  • severely
  • actively
  • angrily
  • animatedly
  • boisterously
  • briskly
  • brutally
  • cruelly
  • earnestly
  • energetically
  • ferociously
  • fiercely
  • forcibly
  • frantically
  • furiously
  • intensely
  • keenly
  • like fury
  • madly
  • meanly
  • painfully
  • powerfully
  • relentlessly
  • rigorously
  • roughly
  • rowdily
  • savagely
  • sharply
  • spiritedly
  • sprightly
  • stormily
  • tumultously/tumultuously
  • turbulently
  • urgently
  • viciously
  • violently
  • vivaciously
  • wildly
  • with all one's might
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antonyms for uproariously

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  • lightly
  • easily
  • gently
  • moderately
  • softly
  • tolerantly
  • yielding
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How to use uproariously in a sentence

He made frequent visits to the adjoining studio, emerging uproariously after a delighted contemplation of Tootles work of art.
THE WOMAN GIVESOWEN JOHNSON
Then, suddenly he burst out laughing—wildly, uproariously, like an excited boy.
MOLLY MAKE-BELIEVEELEANOR HALLOWELL ABBOTT
They immediately threw down their spears and laughed uproariously at my vigorous antics.
THE ADVENTURES OF LOUIS DE ROUGEMONTLOUIS DE ROUGEMONT
From a balcony right overhead a soldier shot at him, missed, and laughed uproariously.
THE ADVENTURES OF HARRY REVELSIR ARTHUR THOMAS QUILLER-COUCH
Hugh laughed suddenly and uproariously and then became perfectly grave again.
DODO'S DAUGHTERE. F. BENSON
They are safe and comfortable; and, I should judge from Henrietta's note, uproariously happy.
THE CASTAWAYS OF PETE'S PATCHCARROLL WATSON RANKIN
David Fulham thought the circumstance uproariously funny, and he told them about it at the Caravansary.
THE PRECIPICEELIA WILKINSON PEATTIE
Whereat Charles laughed uproariously, and stood in the gutter.
RAVENSHOEHENRY KINGSLEY
The people are uproariously demonstrative; they are shouting: 'Huzza!
ROWLANDSON THE CARICATURIST. SECOND VOLUMEJOSEPH GREGO
Cottle laughed uproariously and slapped the Ooley-cow on the back.
FORE!CHARLES EMMETT VAN LOAN
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