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-#the [[perceptual]] [[strength]] or [[amplitude]] of [[sound]] pressure, measured in [[sone]]s or [[phon]]s+# Of a sound, of great [[intensity]].
-#the [[physical]] strength of the [[sound]] pressure level, measured in [[decibel]]s+#:''Turn that music down, it's too '''loud.'''''
 +# Of a person, event, etc, noisy.
 +# Of a person, event, etc, non-subtle, irrevelant.
 +# Of a colour, clothing, etc, having unpleasantly and tastelessly [[contrast]]ing colours or patterns.
 +#:''You, there, wearing the purple [[tie]] with [[green]] stripes and red [[polka dot]]s, I may not be able to hear you over that '''loud''' tie, so you may need to [[shout]] a little.'' - Supervisor 246 in Paul Robinson's ''Instrument of God''
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 +====Antonyms====
 +*(sound): [[quiet]], [[soft]]
 +*(person): [[quiet]]
 +*(colour, clothing, etc): [[garish]], [[gaudy]]
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  1. Of a sound, of great intensity.
    Turn that music down, it's too loud.
  2. Of a person, event, etc, noisy.
  3. Of a person, event, etc, non-subtle, irrevelant.
  4. Of a colour, clothing, etc, having unpleasantly and tastelessly contrasting colours or patterns.
    You, there, wearing the purple tie with green stripes and red polka dots, I may not be able to hear you over that loud tie, so you may need to shout a little. - Supervisor 246 in Paul Robinson's Instrument of God

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