loud noise

See: outcry
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The soldier wished to take away some token of the place; so he broke off a little branch, and there came a loud noise from the tree.
To them it must have seemed a miracle that I should be able to stand at thrice the range of the most powerful javelin-thrower and with a loud noise and a smudge of smoke slay one of their number with an invisible missile.
A tree, contracting in the cool of the night, made a loud noise.
As they were gazing at it, it suddenly split with a loud noise, and at the same moment the Wicked Queen expired.
The same phenomenon is said to occur occasionally in the adjacent province of Guayra, where stones of the bigness of a man's hand are exploded, with a loud noise, from the bosom of the earth, and scatter about glittering and beautiful fragments that look like precious gems, but are of no value.
Almost at the same moment, the beg of the great gate rang again, and a loud noise of feet and voices came pouring into the courtyard.
The sun was setting when a loud noise aroused us, the door of the hall was violently burst open and a horrible giant entered.
He had seen many of his kind go to their deaths before the loud noise made by the little black stick in the hands of the strange white ape who lived in that wonderful lair, and Kerchak had made up his brute mind to own that death-dealing contrivance, and to explore the interior of the mysterious den.
Since he was no longer in the service of any one, D'Artagnan had promised himself to indulge in sleeping as soundly as he had formerly slept lightly; but with whatever good faith D'Artagnan had made himself this promise, and whatever desire he might have to keep it religiously, he was awakened in the middle of the night by a loud noise of carriages, and servants on horseback.
They had just reached the head of the stairs when it seemed, as far as the thickness of the walls would allow them to judge, that a carriage was driving up to the door, and the next moment confirmed the idea by the loud noise of the house-bell.
The Tarmangani have sticks that make a loud noise and kill at a great distance," replied Korak.
For a moment the women were as terrified by the report of the rifle as they had been by the menace of the lion; but when they saw that the loud noise had evidently destroyed their enemy, they came creeping cautiously back to examine the carcass.