- Shout, complain, or argue loudly or vehemently: he then began to vociferate loudly [with object]: he entered, vociferating cursesMore example sentences
- Because he's singing love songs, he doesn't need to vociferate or complain.
- They encounter a little ugly man who is understandably furious at the invasion of his property by these two strangers and vociferates horrific but comically impotent threats.
- She vociferated in fury, ‘All these years, I've never stopped loving you!’
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- Art is a forum in which the individual can express him/herself to a dramatic, beautiful, vociferant and, oftentimes, cathartic end.
- Decidedly the fan base there needed to be more vociferant.
late 16th century: from Latin vociferat- 'exclaimed', from the verb vociferari, from vox 'voice' + ferre 'carry'.
More definitions of vociferateDefinition of vociferate in:
- The US English dictionary