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- adv. In a vociferous manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a vociferous manner; with great noise in calling or shouting.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a vociferous manner
Dems and the media complain vociferously when the lone voices of Bunning (R) and Shelby (R) block US Senate actions for “misguided principles.”
How Americans can hate an American who wants a better country for ALL, and hate him vociferously is immature at best.
They complain vociferously about excessive force when cops shoot a knife wielding black man, or a black man driving down a cop.
Then they called vociferously for ` ` Barnum, '' and he ` ` reluctantly '' responded to their demand.
My grandmother, left behind to babysit for me, would complain vociferously about my mother’s forays into the world of antique shopping.
If you want to complain vociferously about McCain, Bush, or anyone else’s position on immigration, you may certainly do so, but if you can’t do it in a way that doesn’t indicate your disdain for Latino people, then you should probably do it elsewhere.
Hope to see you there - either at the front or cowering at the back lol;) Heh - bet we both make it down the front and then complain vociferously for days afterwards about how knackered and/or deaf we feel:) (Reply to this) (Parent) (10 comments) - (Post a new comment)
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - The last time Flyers goalie Martin Biron could remember hearing his name vociferously chanted at the Wachovia Center, a derogatory term usually followed the ` ` Marty! ''
A killdeer calls vociferously from the salt pannes.
S. O'BRIEN: Final question for you, you are the architect of a plan, which many people of your own party disagree with vociferously, which is putting money in all 50 states.
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