[ voh-sif-uh-reyt ]
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Part of Speech verb
Origin + Etymology
mid-16th century; Latin from vociferat- "exclaimed," from the verb vociferari, from vox "voice" + ferre "carry"
  • bawl bellow call clamor cry
  • hush
to speak or cry out loudly or noisily; shout; bawl
A) She was so upset, she couldn't help but vociferate about her woes to anyone who would listen. B) They were angry at each other and began to vociferate their mutual grievances, much to the irritation of their neighbors.
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