To utter (something) or cry out loudly and vehemently, especially in protest.(verb-transitive)
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Use "vociferate" in a sentence
"Ah! you blackguard! to go and vociferate on the public place! to discuss, to debate, to take measures!"
"People vociferate, shout, howl, there they break forth and writhe with enjoyment; gayety roars; sarcasm flames forth, joviality is flaunted like"
"At this climax of the chapter of accidents, the remaining eight-and-twenty vociferate to that degree, that a pack of wolves would be music to them!"