verb (used with or without object), vo·cif·er·at·ed, vo·cif·er·at·ing.
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Origin of vociferate
OTHER WORDS FROM vociferatevo·cif·er·a·tor, nounout·vo·cif·er·ate, verb (used with object), out·vo·cif·er·at·ed, out·vo·cif·er·at·ing.
Words nearby vociferate
Example sentences from the Web for vociferate
One voice overpowers the other, wide-open mouths vociferate loudly, necks are strained, muscles grow tense with excitement.Southern Spain|A.F. Calvert
His muscles were at once exerted to withdraw his head, and to vociferate a warning to his fellow; but his movement was too slow.Edgar Huntley|Charles Brockden Brown
The drivers began to vociferate, each calling on the other to give way.The Englishman in China During the Victorian Era, Vol. II (of 2)|Alexander Michie
In matters really vital to him his will was granite and he commanded a silence which could vociferate "Hands off!"Immortal Youth|Lucien Price
When he appears to give out the play, they vociferate his name.A Five Years' Residence in Buenos Ayres|George Thomas Love