uproariously


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up·roar·i·ous

 (ŭp-rôr′ē-əs)
adj.
1. Causing or accompanied by an uproar: an uproarious New Year's party.
2. Loud and full; boisterous: uproarious laughter.
3. Causing hearty laughter; hilarious: uproarious tales.

up·roar′i·ous·ly adv.
up·roar′i·ous·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.uproariously - in a hilarious manneruproariously - in a hilarious manner; "hilariously funny"
Translations
بصورَةٍ صاخِبَة
hlučně
meî hávaîasemi
gürültülü bir şekilde

uproariously

[ʌpˈrɔːrɪəslɪ] ADV to laugh uproariouslyreírse a carcajadas
he told me an uproariously funny storyme contó una historia para desternillarse or troncharse de risa

uproariously

advlärmend; laughbrüllend; uproariously funnywahnsinnig komisch, zum Schreien or Brüllen

uproariously

[ʌpˈrɔːrɪəslɪ] adv (see adj) → chiassosamente, fragorosamente, entusiasticamente
he is uproariously funny → è (un tipo) spassosissimo

uproar

(ˈaproː) noun
(an outbreak of) noise, shouting etc. The whole town was in (an) uproar after the football team's victory.
upˈroarious adjective
very noisy, especially with much laughter. The team were given an uproarious welcome.
upˈroariously adverb
References in classic literature ?
As she started up the street they fell in behind and marched uproariously.
At this unlooked-for entertainment, the whole company of runaways laughed uproariously.
His good-humor made the people laugh also and crowd round his cart closely, shouting uproariously when some buxom lass submitted to be kissed.
He could not imagine why they both burst into laughter, Hayward uproariously, and Weeks with a funny chuckle.
So uproariously gay was the dance, and how they buffeted each other on the bed and out of it
In fact, it seemed that the incidents were of no greater moment to them than would be the stubbing of one's toe at a street crossing in the outer world--they but laughed uproariously and sped on with me.
You don't need him no more--you got me," and he laughed uproariously and reached for her.
He laughed so uproariously that people sitting near us looked round, and some of them began to laugh too.
By bedtime, with the assistance of Scotch whiskey, he was full--not violently nor uproariously full, nor stupefied, but merely well under the influence of a pleasant and mild anesthetic.
Delcarte and Taylor smiled at her reply, but Thirty-six and Snider laughed uproariously.
Some children were playing uproariously in heaps of golden straw.
The onlookers laughed uproariously, and he felt ashamed, he knew not why, for it was his first snow.