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  • v. Present participle of vociferate.


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  • Then a drunken major shouted a challenge from the doorway of a cantina and began vociferating orders, and as they left the plaza behind they could hear rising the familiar mob-cry "Kill the Gringos!"


  • He was doing it now, vociferating, bellowing, waving his arms, and cursing like a fiend, and all because of a disagreement with another hunter as to whether a seal pup knew instinctively how to swim.

    Chapter 4

  • A couple of early risers, or, rather, men who had been out on trail all night, were vociferating their opinions concerning the utter and loathsome worthlessness of

    Too Much Gold

  • That is when the subtle, sweet musical call becomes a vociferating screech -- the culprit being fear, or worse, complacency.

    Consciousness & Intuition

  • It is hard to understand vociferating over their treatment even while silencing America's voice on behalf of such brave liberals as Ayman Nour and Sa'ad Edin Ibrahim, persecuted by the government that hosted Obama in Cairo for the peaceful advocacy of democracy.

    The Abandonment of Democracy

  • George was heard vociferating, 3 “What the deevil, Mrs. Grimslees, the Captain is no in his bed? and a gentleman at our house has ordered a fowl and minced collops, and a bottle of sherry, and has sent to ask him to supper, to tell him all about the Abbey.”

    The Monastery

  • His interest was seized at once by the situation, which presented a man pacing up and down and vociferating angry things to a pretty but petulant woman.

    Archive 2006-12-01

  • I don't know if the latest issue of Fell was Ellis vociferating about the medical situation as much as he was showcasing Fell's willingness to do things that are really not quite on the right side of sane.

    What I bought – 16 January 2008 | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

  • For the space of a few hours you must figure the whole country dotted white with rustling papers — placards everywhere vociferating the hurried lie for the day; men and women in trains, men and women eating and reading, men by study-fenders, people sitting up in bed, mothers and sons and daughters waiting for father to finish — a million scattered people reading — reading headlong — or feverishly ready to read.

    In the Days of the Comet

  • The ostler (being a fool) rushed violently down the road vociferating after them.

    The Wheels of Chance: a bicycling idyll


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  • A form of vociferous: to shout, yell; to carry.

    February 16, 2010