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  • 161shout — [n] loud outcry bark, bawl, bellow, call, cheer, clamor, cry, howl, hue, roar, salvo, scream, screech, shriek, squall, squawk, tumult, vociferation, whoop*, yammer*, yap*, yawp*, yell; concepts 77,595 Ant. whimper shout [v] cry out loudly bawl,… …

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  • 162yell — [n/v] loud communication bawl, bellow, call, cheer, complain, cry, holler*, hoot, howl, lament, roar, scream, screech, shout, shriek, shrill, squawk, squeal, ululate, vociferate, wail, weep, whoop, yap, yelp, yip; concepts 47,595 Ant. whisper …

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  • 163vociferant — [vō sif′ər ənt] adj. [L vociferans, prp. of vociferari: see VOCIFERATE] vociferating; shouting; clamorous …

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  • 164vociferous — [vō sif′ər əs] adj. [L vociferari (see VOCIFERATE) + OUS] 1. loud, noisy, or vehement in making one s feelings known; clamorous 2. characterized by clamor or vehement outcry vociferously adv. vociferousness n. SYN. VOCIFEROUS suggests loud and… …

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  • 165give tongue to — verb articulate; either verbally or with a cry, shout, or noise She expressed her anger He uttered a curse • Syn: ↑express, ↑verbalize, ↑verbalise, ↑utter • Derivationally related forms: ↑ …

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  • 166verbalise — verb 1. be verbose This lawyer verbalizes and is rather tedious • Syn: ↑verbalize • Hypernyms: ↑talk, ↑speak, ↑utter, ↑mouth, ↑verbalize …

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  • 167vociferator — noun a loud and vehement speaker (usually in protest) • Derivationally related forms: ↑vociferate • Hypernyms: ↑speaker, ↑talker, ↑utterer, ↑verbalizer, ↑verbaliser …

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  • 168vociferosity — vociferosˈity noun (rare) • • • Main Entry: ↑vociferate …

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  • 169out-virtuate — to out vociferate: see out …

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