vociferation

  • 1 vocifération — [ vɔsiferasjɔ̃ ] n. f. • 1120, repris 1792; lat. vociferatio ♦ Parole bruyante, prononcée dans la colère. Vociférations d émeute. Pousser des vociférations. ⇒ cri, hurlement. « La foule s empressait [...] avec des vociférations, des hurlements »… …

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  • 2 Vociferation — Vo*cif er*a tion, n. [L. vociferatio: cf. F. vocif[ e]ration.] The act of vociferating; violent outcry; vehement utterance of the voice. [1913 Webster] Violent gesture and vociferation naturally shake the hearts of the ignorant. Spectator. [1913… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 3 Vociferation — (v. lat.), Schreien, Lärmen …

    Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • 4 vociferation — index noise, outcry, pandemonium Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 5 vociferation — (n.) c.1400, from L. vociferationem, noun of action from vociferari (see VOCIFEROUS (Cf. vociferous)) …

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  • 6 vociferation — see under vociferate at ROAR vb …

    New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • 7 vociferation — /voh sif euh ray sheuhn/, n. noisy outcry; clamor. [1350 1400; ME < L vociferation (s. of vociferatio), equiv. to vociferat(us) (see VOCIFERATE) + ion ION] * * * …

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  • 8 vociferation — noun /vəʊˌsɪf.əˈɹeɪ.ʃən,voʊˌsɪf.əˈɹeɪ.ʃən/ The act of exclaiming; violent outcry; vehement utterance of the voice. And as she apprehended the boys life was in danger, she screamed ten times louder than before; and indeed Master Blifil himself now …

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  • 9 vociferation — noun see vociferate …

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  • 10 VOCIFÉRATION — n. f. Parole accompagnée de clameurs; il s’emploie surtout au pluriel. Les vociférations de l’assemblée ne l’intimidèrent point …

    Dictionnaire de l'Academie Francaise, 8eme edition (1935)

  • 11 vociferation — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun Offensively loud and insistent utterances, especially of disapproval: clamor, hullabaloo, outcry, rumpus, uproar. Idiom: hue and cry. See LIKE, SOUNDS …

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  • 12 vociferation — vo·cif·er·a·tion || vəʊ‚sɪfÉ™ reɪʃn /vÉ™ n. shout, shouting, cry (especially of protest) …

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  • 13 vociferation — n. Clamor, outcry, loud utterance, hue and cry …

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  • 14 vociferation — n clamor, babel, uproar, roar, ballyhoo, shouting, yelling, Inf. hollering; din, racket, pandemonium; outcry, hue, hue and cry, hullabaloo, fuss, Inf. to do, Inf. ruckus; brawl, fracas, squabble, wrangle, fight, argument, quarrel, row, bicker …

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  • 15 vociferation — vo·cif·er·a·tion …

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  • 16 vociferation — /vəsɪfəˈreɪʃən/ (say vuhsifuh rayshuhn) noun noisy outcry; a clamour …

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  • 17 vociferation — noun a loud utterance; often in protest or opposition the speaker was interrupted by loud cries from the rear of the audience • Syn: ↑cry, ↑outcry, ↑call, ↑yell, ↑shout • Derivationally related forms: ↑shout …

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  • 18 clameur — [ klamɶr ] n. f. • fin XIe; lat. clamor, accus. clamorem « cri » ♦ Ensemble de cris confus et sonores. ⇒ bruit, tumulte, vacarme. Une immense clameur. Les clameurs de la foule. ⇒ cri, hurlement, vocifération. « une clameur fervente, mêlée de… …

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  • 19 roar — vb Roar, bellow, bluster, bawl, vociferate, clamor, howl, ululate are comparable when they mean to make a very loud and often a continuous or protracted noise. The same distinctions in implications and connotations are to be found in their nouns …

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  • 20 cri — [ kri ] n. m. • criz Xe; de crier 1 ♦ Son perçant émis avec violence par la voix. Jeter, pousser des cris. ⇒ crier. « ce nouveau né va respirer, et sa respiration autonome commence par un cri » (F. B. Michel). Pousser son premier cri : naître,… …

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