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One voice overpowers the other, wide-open mouths vociferate loudly, necks are strained, muscles grow tense with excitement.
SOUTHERN SPAINA.F. CALVERT
His muscles were at once exerted to withdraw his head, and to vociferate a warning to his fellow; but his movement was too slow.
EDGAR HUNTLEYCHARLES BROCKDEN BROWN
The drivers began to vociferate, each calling on the other to give way.
THE ENGLISHMAN IN CHINA DURING THE VICTORIAN ERA, VOL. II (OF 2)ALEXANDER MICHIE
In matters really vital to him his will was granite and he commanded a silence which could vociferate "Hands off!"
IMMORTAL YOUTHLUCIEN PRICE
When he appears to give out the play, they vociferate his name.
A FIVE YEARS' RESIDENCE IN BUENOS AYRESGEORGE THOMAS LOVE
La Mauricaude was about to vociferate; and the host took part with his customer.
POPULAR TALESMADAME GUIZOT
Several, when they saw us, came forward, and began to shake their spears and vociferate loudly.
IN THE WILDS OF AFRICAW.H.G. KINGSTON
And shrill women vociferate from all Galleries, the Convention ones and downwards.
THE FRENCH REVOLUTIONTHOMAS CARLYLE
While he could vociferate that sound, he had rights as an Englishman, and would not sleep in a gutter, like a dog!
MEMOIRS OF EXTRAORDINARY POPULAR DELUSIONSCHARLES MACKAY
How the call-man, with his violin under his chin, stopped playing to vociferate his orders, or anathematize some bewildered pair!
BRESSANTJULIAN HAWTHORNE

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