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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of vociferate.

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Examples

  • Concerning this last game, I remember the following terms: "ebs," which, seasonably vociferated, that is, when it is the speaker's turn to play and before his adversary can say anything, serves as an incantation authorizing the speaker to deliver his fire from any point other than that where his marble lies, equally distant from the objective point;

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 18, No. 108, October, 1866

  • For that the President has been loudly vociferated.

    Immigration

  • "Lemme get the hatchet to him!" vociferated the sailor.

    JAN, THE UNREPENTANT

  • Bert vociferated, trying to drag her off by the shoulders.

    CHAPTER IV

  • Bawn vociferated, "for that it hath brought worry upon us, and shame."

    THE MASTER OF MYSTERY

  • Another violent ringing at the bell, but still without any carriage, then excited her attention, and presently the voice and steps of Lionel resounded upon the stairs, whence her name was with violence vociferated.

    Camilla

  • “Not an hour, not a moment longer,” vociferated the Duke; and with the banner in his hand, and followed by his shouting guests and attendants, marched hastily to the central mount, from which the banner of

    The Talisman

  • While his exasperated wife vociferated, Thenardier had seated himself on the table.

    Les Miserables

  • Enjolras, Combeferre, and Courfeyrac, there had been a person wearing the jacket of a street porter, which was very threadbare on the shoulders, who gesticulated and vociferated, and who had the look of a drunken savage.

    Les Miserables

  • British bugle; I saw the familiar scarlet of our troops; the voices which vociferated were English; the physiognomies had the

    The Englishwoman in America

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