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    vociferous

    vociferous - Dictionary definition and meaning for word vociferous

    Definition
    (adj) conspicuously and offensively loud; given to vehement outcry
    Synonyms : blatant , clamant , clamorous , strident
    Example Sentence
    • blatant radios
    • a clamorous uproar
    • strident demands
    • a vociferous mob
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vociferous

VOICE + FURIOUS = noisy

take the second part of word --> FEROUS !!! it is oer of IRON .. so when iron peices collide with each other ... they make noise !! "" ferous --> iron --> collide to make noise ""

sounds like "voice of ferous(iron)" which is very noisy.

Vociferous (Voice(y) + Furs) Imagine a bird fluttering its wings rapidly in air. What kind of sound its FURS (of Wings) gonna make?? Very OFFENSIVELY LOUD SOUND.

Vociferous (loud)is the opposite of harmonious (peaceful).

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vocy or walky talky is quite noisy

do you remembr the cindrella's aunty had a cat called LUCIFER. its a rugged cat which never listens to what the aunt says and makes noises. the arrogant cat. so lucifer = vocifer(ous) = noisy , loud

voice furious

vociferous = Voice + ferous (cut something); sound is going to cut something i.e loud sound.

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