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vociferant

[ voh-sif-er-uhnt ]
/ voʊˈsɪf ər ənt /
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adjective

vociferating; noisy.

noun

a person who vociferates.

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Origin of vociferant

1600–10; <Latin vōciferant- (stem of vōciferāns), present participle of vociferārī to vociferate; see -ant
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British Dictionary definitions for vociferant

vociferant
/ (vəʊˈsɪfərənt) /

adjective

a less common word for vociferous

noun

rare a vociferous person

Derived forms of vociferant

vociferance, noun

Word Origin for vociferant

C17: from Latin vōciferārī to bawl; see vociferate
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