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Some business owners, and in particular restauranteurs, are complaining vociferously about the difficulty they’re having finding workers.

From Quartz

While companies like Twitter and Snapchat have fallen in line with Apple’s new guidelines, Facebook has responded rather vociferously.

From Time

A onetime mayoral candidate and vociferous anti-masker, Cudd gained notoriety for a Facebook live stream in which she boasted about her involvement in the attack on the Capitol.

However, Schilling, a vociferous right-wing provocateur and Twitter antagonist, appears to have been penalized by some voters for his political views and intolerance.

They were vociferously supported by their partisan press, which has some parallels to that corner of today’s media landscape.

From Vox

Schneerson vociferously opposed handing over any part of the biblical land of Israel to Palestinian control.

What that message was has been debated vociferously in the days since she died of a stroke on April 8.

By "this", he meant "crtiticize law schools for their graduation rates", something he's been doing, vociferously, since 2011.

As someone who remains vociferously opposed to the law, I can't say that makes me very happy.

Alas, Boehner bailed on the agreement when Tea Party members of his conference vociferously rebelled.

As Diotti ceased playing, Sanders applauded vociferously, and moving toward the violinist, said: Magnificent!

The young man lifted his head and shouted vociferously toward the ceiling, "Chicken in de bowl, draw one!"

The Chamber applauded Sangiorgio so vociferously that the Speaker was obliged to call for order twice.

Everybody had vociferously applauded, while reporters turned rapidly the pages of their note-books.

Those who knew not what to say vented their extravagant joy in psalms, which they vociferously chanted as they moved along.


On this page you'll find 48 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to vociferously, such as: loudly, audibly, clearly, distinctly, intelligibly, and lustily.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.