- crying out noisily; clamorous.
- characterized by or uttered with vociferation: a vociferous manner of expression.
Origin of vociferous
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Examples from the Web for vociferously
Schneerson vociferously opposed handing over any part of the biblical land of Israel to Palestinian control.Cory Booker’s Rabbis
June 13, 2013
By "this", he meant "crtiticize law schools for their graduation rates", something he's been doing, vociferously, since 2011.Law School Enrollments are Plummeting. What Happens Next?
January 18, 2013
Then, after Hillary Clinton had conceded, Ted Kennedy vociferously spoke against her becoming Obama's running mate.Breaking the Kennedy Bond
September 7, 2009
Perhaps it is just this threat which leads Cheney to so vociferously defend the CIA tactics.The Torture Loophole
September 1, 2009
But he contrived to charm us, after all, till we cheered him vociferously.Another Sheaf
He will not only do these things, but defend them vociferously.Home Life in Germany
Mrs. Alfred Sidgwick
Illinois was, of course, overwhelmingly and vociferously for him.The Life Of Abraham Lincoln
Ward H. Lamon
At the close of General Lane's speech, he was vociferously cheered.John Brown, Soldier of Fortune
Hill Peebles Wilson
Bob and Frank, closer at hand than he thought, joined in vociferously.The Radio Boys on Secret Service Duty
- characterized by vehemence, clamour, or noisinessvociferous protests
- making an outcry or loud noises; clamorousa vociferous mob
Word Origin and History for vociferously
1610s, from Latin vociferari "to shout, yell," from vox (genitive vocis) "voice" + root of ferre "to carry" (see infer). Related: Vociferating.