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Sentence count:42+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-01-17Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: blatantboisterousloudnoisyshoutingSimilar words: odoriferousferociousonerousnumerousgenerousdexterousdangerousponderousMeaning: [vəʊ'sɪfərəs /və-]  adj. conspicuously and offensively loud; given to vehement outcry. 
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1. He was a vociferous opponent of Conservatism.
2. Local activist groups have become increasingly vociferous as the volume of traffic passing through the village has grown.
3. The minority population became more vociferous in its demands.
4. He is a vociferous critic of the president's stance on abortion.
5. A vociferous opponent of gay rights, he is well-known for his right-wing
6. Mr Heseltine has been Mr Clarke's most vociferous supporter.
7. Board meetings grew ever more vociferous and anguished.
8. But he had skilfully pacified even the most vociferous of dissenters.
9. William Bennett, a former drug tsar, was a vociferous foe, as is Louis Sullivan, the health secretary.
10. However, there is vociferous disagreement over how that investment might be made.
11. Younger party members have been more vociferous in registering their dissatisfaction at the foot-dragging over the reforms begun in 1986.
12. However, all the leading architectural journals were vociferous in their support for Scott.
13. One of the most vociferous opponents to the Sainsbury's scheme is Eileen Halliday.
14. The most vociferous critic among this latter group was W.. Edwards Deming.
15. His approach has won keen admirers and vociferous detractors in the United States.
16. In woodland we stood and listened to the vociferous dawn chorus.
17. His resentment of her behaviour was becoming more vociferous.
18. There was also a vociferous tunnel party.
19. a vociferous critic of the president's stance.
20. The second was a group of vociferous Air Marshales.
21. These days he's a vociferous campaigner against racism and supports FIFA's zero-tolerance policy on this global problem.
22. To have such a group under one's roof making their own vociferous demands imposed certain constraints and posed problems of control.
23. They are often to be seen engaged in passionate argument and vociferous debate.
24. As food supplies dwindled, complaints against profiteering became more vociferous.
25. This inner sanctum looked as though they should all be waving little red books and were very vociferous.
26. Evelyn was just about the most self-deluded person she had ever met, a vociferous pseudo-feminist.
27. As long as globalisation is synonymous with economic imperialism it is worthy of the most vociferous opposition.
28. He boarded the boat for America and reached New York with its vociferous welcome.
29. The crowds at the station were growing enormous , their greetings more vociferous.
30. The bill had to be withdrawn in response to vociferous and widespread objection.
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