- noisy outcry; clamor.
Origin of vociferation
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Examples from the Web for vociferation
But the demon of vociferation was in her, and the next moment she was off again.Howards End
E. M. Forster
It was a lively scene, with more than enough of bustle and swearing and vociferation.The Scapegoat
The whole town is a scene of vociferation, disputation, and fighting.
To their ears at present came a vociferation of names and a rattle of wheels.The Real Thing and Other Tales
All they could do was to voice their disappointment—and they did that, one may be sure, with vociferation.Ruth Fielding At College
Alice B. Emerson
Word Origin and History for vociferation
c.1400, from Latin vociferationem, noun of action from vociferari (see vociferous).
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