vociferous


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vo·cif·er·ous

 (vō-sĭf′ər-əs)
adj.
Making, given to, or marked by noisy and vehement outcry.

[Latin vocifer(ārī), to speak loudly; see vociferate, -ous.]

vo·cif′er·ous·ly adv.
vo·cif′er·ous·ness n.
Synonyms: vociferous, blatant, boisterous, strident, clamorous
These adjectives mean conspicuously and usually offensively loud. Vociferous suggests a noisy outcry, as of vehement protest: vociferous complaints. Blatant connotes coarse or vulgar noisiness: "students demanding unlimited freedom in a noisy and blatant protest against all university authority" (Thomas Anthony Harris).
Boisterous implies unrestrained noise, tumult, and often rowdiness: boisterous youths. Strident stresses offensive harshness, shrillness, or discordance: a legislator with a strident voice. Something clamorous is both vociferous and sustained: a clamorous uproar.

vociferous

(vəʊˈsɪfərəs)
adj
1. characterized by vehemence, clamour, or noisiness: vociferous protests.
2. making an outcry or loud noises; clamorous: a vociferous mob.
voˈciferously adv
voˈciferousness, vocifeˈrosity n

vo•cif•er•ous

(voʊˈsɪf ər əs)

adj.
1. crying out noisily.
2. characterized by noisy or vehement outcry: vociferous protests.
[1605–15; vocifer (ant) + -ous]
vo•cif′er•ous•ly, adv.
vo•cif′er•ous•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.vociferous - conspicuously and offensively loudvociferous - conspicuously and offensively loud; given to vehement outcry; "blatant radios"; "a clamorous uproar"; "strident demands"; "a vociferous mob"
noisy - full of or characterized by loud and nonmusical sounds; "a noisy cafeteria"; "a small noisy dog"

vociferous

adjective outspoken, vocal, strident, noisy, shouting, loud, ranting, vehement, loudmouthed (informal), uproarious, obstreperous, clamorous, clamant a vociferous opponent of Conservatism
still, quiet, silent, muted, hushed, noiseless

vociferous

adjective
Offensively loud and insistent:
Informal: loudmouthed.
Translations
høgrøystahøyrøstet

vociferous

[vəʊˈsɪfərəs] ADJ
1. (= forceful, energetic) → ruidoso
there were vociferous protestshubo ruidosas protestas, se protestó ruidosamente
2. (= noisy) → vociferante

vociferous

[vəˈsɪfərəs] adj (= outspoken) → vociférateur/trice

vociferous

adj class, audiencelaut; demands, protest, critic, minority, opponentlautstark; to be vociferous in one’s opposition to somethinglautstark gegen etw opponieren; to be vociferous in demanding one’s rightslautstark seine Rechte einfordern

vociferous

[vəʊˈsɪfrəs] adjrumoroso/a
References in classic literature ?
And one by one, encouraged by vociferous applause, speaking with fire and enthusiasm and excited gestures, they replied to the attack.
A great clamor now ensued, but the most clamorous was the party from across the river, whose jealousy of their good name now prompted them to the most vociferous vindications of their innocence.
As to the Canadian voyageurs, their mutual felicitations, as usual, were loud and vociferous, and it was almost ludicrous to behold these ancient "comrades" and "confreres," hugging and kissing each other on the river bank.
One fellow would demand a dollar an hour for the use of his donkey; another claimed half a dollar for pricking him up, another a quarter for helping in that service, and about fourteen guides presented bills for showing us the way through the town and its environs; and every vagrant of them was more vociferous, and more vehement and more frantic in gesture than his neighbor.
Many citizens, seeing the women flying toward the High Street, leaving their children crying at the open doors, hastened to don the cuirass, and supporting their somewhat uncertain courage with a musket or a partisan, directed their steps toward the hostelry of the Jolly Miller, before which was gathered, increasing every minute, a compact group, vociferous and full of curiosity.
Behind the police rearguard, at a respectful distance, was an orderly but vociferous mob, several blocks in length, that congested the street from sidewalk to sidewalk.
After a vociferous consultation, which was, at times, deafened by bursts of savage joy, they again separated, filling the air with the name of a foe, whose body, Heywood could collect from their expressions, they hoped to find concealed in some crevice of the island.
Lot of vociferous Americans at breakfast this morning.
Loud and vociferous congratulations were showered upon the maiden, who stood panting and regard- ing the troops with defiance.
Orders had just been given to the royal guards and the Swiss guards, not only to stand firm, but to send out patrols to the streets of Saint Denis and Saint Martin, where the people thronged and where they were the most vociferous, when the mayor of Paris was announced at the Palais Royal.
Several very exciting skirmishes were in progress, when a loud shout attracted the attention even of the belligerents, and then there poured on to the platform, from a door at the side, a long line of gentlemen with their hats off, all looking behind them, and uttering vociferous cheers; the cause whereof was sufficiently explained when Sir Matthew Pupker and the two other real members of Parliament came to the front, amidst deafening shouts, and testified to each other in dumb motions that they had never seen such a glorious sight as that, in the whole course of thier public career.
The entrance of Obed at such a moment into the camp, accompanied as it was by vociferous lamentations over his anticipated loss, did not fail to rouse the drowsy family of the squatter.