vociferously


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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.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.vociferously - in a vociferous mannervociferously - in a vociferous manner; "he complained vociferously"
Translations

vociferously

[vəʊˈsɪfərəslɪ] ADV
1. (= forcefully, energetically) [protest, campaign] → ruidosamente; [oppose, deny] → terminantemente, categóricamente
2. (= noisily) [cheer] → a gritos

vociferously

[vəˈsɪfərəsli] advà grands cris

vociferously

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References in classic literature ?
Such things naturally left on the surface, for the time, a chill which we vociferously denied that we felt; and we had, all three, with repetition, got into such splendid training that we went, each time, almost automatically, to mark the close of the incident, through the very same movements.
At the same time he gloated over us, wildly and vociferously.
Sometimes I am fairly sure I am out of water, and that I should belong in Paris, in Grub Street, in a hermit's cave, or in some sadly wild Bohemian crowd, drinking claret, - dago-red they call it in San Francisco, - dining in cheap restaurants in the Latin Quarter, and expressing vociferously radical views upon all creation.
He now stepped up to Annabella, who sat with her back towards him, with Hattersley still beside her, though not now attending to her, being occupied in vociferously abusing and bullying his host.
Peggotty was no less pleased than his nephew, though his modesty forbade him to claim a personal compliment so vociferously.
And then commenced a roar of laughter in which they all joined, to the astonishment of poor Porthos; but when he was informed of the cause of their hilarity, he shared it vociferously according to his custom.
One mouthful he tasted, then spat out vociferously.
The Doctor, though he muttered a few mourning exclamations on behalf of the lost Asinus, was by far too well pleased in finding that his speed was likely to be sustained by four legs instead of two, to be long in complying: and, consequently, in a very few moments the bee-hunter, who was never last to speak on such occasions, vociferously announced that they were ready to proceed.
They entered the house, the crowd opening right and left to let them pass, and cheering vociferously. The first object of consideration was to secure quarters for the night.
He vociferously raised the issue of Kashmir in the meeting and said that the people of Indian held Kashmir were being subjected to brutal torture and humiliation and the international community must take notice of the high handedness of Indian forces.
Summary: Thrissur (Kerala) [India], Aug 2 (ANI): Suspended Kerala DGP Jacob Thomas gave a clarion call to vociferously chant 'Jai Shri Ram'.
It said the move will hurt the religious feelings and sentiments of the Muslims of India as well as of the occupied territory, who have been opposing the passing of such a law vociferously.