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How to use vociferation in a sentence

There was a great deal of jabbering, vociferation, and action, but neither of them struck or hurt the other.
TRUE BLUEW.H.G. KINGSTON
After a time the oar was recovered, and Marco, after much scolding and vociferation, got his crew in order again.
MARCO PAUL'S VOYAGES AND TRAVELS; VERMONTJACOB ABBOTT
They played quietly and without vociferation, illustrating the advantages of a minute coinage.
IN KEDAR'S TENTSHENRY SETON MERRIMAN
If vociferation is to carry the question of religion, the North, and probably the Scotch, have it.
COTTON IS KING AND THE PRO-SLAVERY ARGUMENTSVARIOUS
The congregation still laughed, and the preacher, in the warmth of his zeal, redoubled his vociferation and action.
ILLUSTRATIVE ANECDOTES OF THE ANIMAL KINGDOMSAMUEL GRISWOLD GOODRICH
Following close upon his vociferation came three shots from his forty-five by way of limbering up the guns and testing his aim.
HEART OF THE WESTO. HENRY
The megaphone ceased its musical vociferation, which formed a spiritual exercise for the souls assembled before us.
THE GODDESS OF ATVATABARWILLIAM R. BRADSHAW
This was succeeded by a burst of furious vociferation in a voice which Paco knew to be that of Baltasar.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 59, NO. 367, MAY 1846VARIOUS
Vociferation and calmness of character seldom meet in the same person.
BOOK OF WISE SAYINGSW. A. CLOUSTON
The quiet and the steady going here, amid the German vociferation, is of itself an enormous—I was going to say pleasure.
THE LETTERS OF HENRY JAMES, VOL. IIHENRY JAMES
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WORDS RELATED TO VOCIFERATION

  • acclamation
  • bark
  • battle cry
  • call to arms
  • call to battle
  • motto
  • outcry
  • scream
  • vociferation
  • war cry
  • yell
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