vociferate[ voh-sif-uh-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF vociferate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VOCIFERATE
"He is the socialist Emperor," vociferate the trusty partisans of the faubourgs.
When he appears to give out the play, they vociferate his name.
La Mauricaude was about to vociferate; and the host took part with his customer.
His crew in the mean time had begun to vociferate something I could not understand.
The King continued to vociferate that the States had never had any intention of restoring the cities.
The confederates, more inflamed than ever, continued to vociferate and to threaten.
To vociferate is commonly applied to loud and excited speech where there is little besides the exertion of voice.
How the call-man, with his violin under his chin, stopped playing to vociferate his orders, or anathematize some bewildered pair!
While he could vociferate that sound, he had rights as an Englishman, and would not sleep in a gutter, like a dog!
Several, when they saw us, came forward, and began to shake their spears and vociferate loudly.