vociferous

[voh-sif-er-uhs]
adjective
1.
crying out noisily; clamorous.
2.
characterized by or uttered with vociferation: a vociferous manner of expression.

Origin:
1605–15; vocifer(ant) + -ous

vociferously, adverb
vociferousness, noun
unvociferous, adjective
unvociferously, adverb
unvociferousness, noun

veracious, vociferous, voracious.


1. loud, noisy, vocal, uproarious, boisterous.
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vociferous (vəʊˈsɪfərəs)
 
adj
1.  characterized by vehemence, clamour, or noisiness: vociferous protests
2.  making an outcry or loud noises; clamorous: a vociferous mob
 
vo'ciferously
 
adv
 
vo'ciferousness
 
n

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vociferous
1610s, from L. vociferari "to shout, yell," from vox (gen. vocis) "voice" + root of ferre "to carry" (see infer). Related: Vociferating.
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Example sentences
And then they won't agitate as vociferously for tax cuts.
On one hand it wants to provide news based on often anonymous sources, that it
  vociferously protects from disclosure.
Firms are now complaining more vociferously that the euro's strength is hurting
  demand.
The pension levy may have been accepted by the general public, but the unions
  still protested vociferously.
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