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Latin vociferari (“shout, yell"), from vox (“voice") + ferre (“to carry") (see infer). Surface analysis is voice +"Ž -iferous.
Latin vocifer(ārī) to speak loudly vociferate –ous
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
I think we have a vociferous minority against a silent majority.
You are going to see students getting more vociferous.
A vociferous lawyer named Morton Epstein wrote a lengthy piece for the New York Times calling for legislation against anyone invading an individual's privacy by paranormal means.
Indeed, the local business community is particularly vociferous in arguing its need.
It is pure opportunism, an attempt to gain the support of an increasingly vociferous motoring lobby.
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