vociferation[ voh-sif-uh-rey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF vociferation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VOCIFERATION
But the demon of vociferation was in her, and the next moment she was off again.
It was a lively scene, with more than enough of bustle and swearing and vociferation.
The whole town is a scene of vociferation, disputation, and fighting.
To their ears at present came a vociferation of names and a rattle of wheels.
All they could do was to voice their disappointment—and they did that, one may be sure, with vociferation.
In such a case as this which of us would not have broken the walls with vociferation?
There will be shouting, vociferation, and not a little abuse.
There was plenty of vociferation, but not one single burst of eloquence.
From the very dignity of her nature, you know there will be no vociferation.
We followed the vociferation, and came to the place; and lo!