Making, given to, or marked by noisy and vehement outcry.(adjective)
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Use "vociferous" in a sentence
"So, when you see these fairly noxious scientists tackling the God question in vociferous terms, with only fleeting inquiries into philosophy, history and metaphysics — it's kind of embarrasing."
"CEP is not known as a vociferous critic of foundations so the findings are even that much more damning."
"I figured there would be some Birthers, Deathers, Wackos, Teabaggers, or whatever one might call the vociferous opponents to health care reform and essentially anything else the current administration might want to do."