Adjective "vociferous" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/və(ʊ)ˈsɪf(ə)rəs/

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Definitions and examples

adjective

Expressing or characterized by vehement opinions; loud and forceful.
  1. 'More vociferous opponents of the ID card may wish to sign this pledge also'
  2. 'But Cork, driven on by a vociferous home crowd, finished well with a Paul Tierney point.'
  3. 'Now the Attorney came out and he was vociferous in his criticism of that decision.'
  4. 'Against this background, the brave calls of a vociferous few to sue the company and its directors ring hollow.'
  5. 'The closure programme was pushed though against vociferous and sometimes frightening opposition.'
  6. 'Joe Leonard has been vociferous in his demands that Lissadell House be preserved.'
  7. 'Further jeers, it seemed, were never far from the lips of the more vociferous elements in this splendid stadium.'
  8. 'Many of those who are most vociferous on the matter have been the custodians of the town's infrastructure for years.'
  9. 'No one was more vociferous in condemning it than Mr Walker.'
  10. 'He was a vociferous supporter of the miners in the 70's, and was a lifelong Labor supporter.'

Definitions

1. crying out noisily; clamorous.

2. characterized by or uttered with vociferation: a vociferous manner of expression.

More examples(as adjective)

"people can be vociferous in months."

"leaders can be vociferous in calls."

"sectors can be vociferous in demands."

"ports can be vociferous in pressings."

"people can be vociferous to effects."

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