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  • 101orate — (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) v. speak, speechify, lecture, preach, sermonize, pontificate, *get up on one s soapbox, *get up on one s moral soapbox, hold forth, declaim, rhapsodize, moralize, vociferate, bluster, talk, *grandstand …

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  • 102halloo — (Roget s Thesaurus II) I also halloa noun A loud cry: call, holler, shout, yell. See SOUNDS. II also halloa verb To speak or say very loudly or with a shout: bawl, bellow, bluster, call, clamor, cry, holler, roar, shout, vociferate, whoop, yawp,… …

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  • 103yawp — (Roget s Thesaurus II) I also yaup verb 1. To utter a shrill, short cry: squeal, yap, yelp, yip. See SOUNDS. 2. To speak or say very loudly or with a shout: bawl, bellow, bluster, call, clamor, cry, halloo, holler, roar, shout, vociferate, whoop …

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  • 104Loudness — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Loudness >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 loudness loudness power Sgm: N 1 loud noise loud noise din Sgm: N 1 blare blare Sgm: N 1 clang clang clangor Sgm: N 1 clatter …

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  • 105bawl — v. n., v. a. Clamor, vociferate, yell, howl, roar, shout, hoot, cry, squall …

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  • 106bellow — v. n. 1. Roar (as a beast). 2. Vociferate, clamor, yell, howl, cry, bawl, make a loud outcry …

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  • 107exclaim — v. n. Vociferate, shout, call, cry out, call aloud …

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  • 108bray — I. v. a. Pound (into small pieces or powder) bruise, crush, grind, comminute, triturate. II. n. 1. Ass s cry. 2. Harsh sound, blare, roar, crash, blatant voice. III. v. n. 1. Utter a harsh cry (like the ass). 2 …

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  • 109clamor — I. n. Outcry, vociferation, exclamation, noise, hullabaloo, hubbub, uproar, blare. II. v. n. 1. Vociferate, cry out, shout, make uproar, make outcries. 2. Cry importunately, demand importunately …

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  • 110cry — I. v. a. 1. Exclaim, clamor, call, make an outcry, cry out. 2. Weep, sob, shed tears. 3. Vociferate, shout, hoot, yell, roar, bawl, squall, scream. II. v. a. Proclaim, publish, make public, make proclamation of, blazon, blaze abroad. III. n. 1.… …

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  • 111mouth — I. n. 1. Chaps, jaws, cavity between the jaws. 2. Aperture (in a vessel for receiving or discharging anything), opening, orifice. 3. Entrance (as of a cave or a river), inlet. 4. Cry, voice. 5. Oracle, mouthpiece, speaker, spokesman. 6 …

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  • 112rant — I. v. n. Spout, declaim (boisterously), rave (in high sounding phrases), vociferate, mouth, tear a passion to tatters. II. n. Fustian, bombast, rhodomontade, exaggeration, boisterous declamation …

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  • 113roar — I. v. n. 1. Bellow (as a beast). 2. Bawl, shout, vociferate, yell, howl, cry, cry aloud. 3. Boom, resound, thunder, rattle, peal. 4. Laugh (loudly and long). II. n. 1. Bellow, bellowing, roaring …

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  • 114shout — I. v. n. Exclaim, vociferate, halloo, hollo, holla, cry out. II. n. Halloo, holla, huzza, hoot, loud cry, loud call, outcry, clamor, vociferation, roar …

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  • 115call — 1. verb 1) Wait for me! she called Syn: cry out, cry, shout, yell, hail, bellow, roar, bawl, vociferate; informal holler 2) I ll call you tomorrow Syn: phone, telephone …

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  • 116cry — 1. verb 1) Mandy started to cry Syn: weep, shed tears, sob, wail, cry one s eyes out, bawl, howl, snivel, whimper, squall, mewl, bleat; lament, grieve, mourn, keen; informal boo hoo, blubber …

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  • 117fulminate — verb homeowners fulminated against the tax hikes Syn: protest, rail against, rage about, rant about, thunder about, storm about, vociferate against, declaim, inveigh against, speak out against, make/take a stand against; denounce, decry, condemn …

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  • 118rant — 1. verb she ranted about the unfairness Syn: fulminate, go on, hold forth, vociferate, sound off, spout, pontificate, bluster, declaim; shout, yell, bellow; informal mouth off 2. noun he went into a rant about them Syn: tirade …

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  • 119shout — 1. verb Help , he shouted Syn: yell, cry (out), call (out), roar, howl, bellow, bawl, call at the top of one s voice, clamor, shriek, scream; raise one s voice, vociferate; informal holler Ant: whisper 2. noun …

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  • 120bark — vb Bark, bay, howl, growl, snarl, yelp, yap mean to make the sound of or a sound suggestive of a dog. Bark implies the sharp, explosive utterance characteristic of dogs; it may be used not only of them and of another animal (as a seal) that… …

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