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Vociferate   /vəsˈɪfəreɪt/   Listen
Vociferate

verb
(past & past part. vociferated; pres. part. vociferating)
1.
Utter in a very loud voice.  Synonym: shout out.






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"Vociferate" Quotes from Famous Books



... acclamations with which the followers of Wallace acknowledged the nobleness of his answer, excited such an opposite clamor on the side of the Soulis party, that Le de Spencer was obliged to mount a war carriage which stood near, and to vociferate long and loudly for silence before he could be heard. But the first words which caught the ears of his audience acted like a spell, and seemed to hold them in ...
— The Scottish Chiefs • Miss Jane Porter

... and continued to vociferate with a degree of fury which may be imagined by those who have heard the inhabitants of the south manifest, by cries, their joy or their hatred. Some more violent than the rest wished to force Napoleon's coachman ...
— The Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte • Bourrienne, Constant, and Stewarton



Words linked to "Vociferate" :   give tongue to, express, verbalise, verbalize, vociferator, shout out, utter



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