vociferation


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offensively loud and insistent utterances, especially of disapproval

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Perhaps the best exponents of vociferation are the participants in a shouting match, in which the participants debate an issue at the tops of their voices in the belief that loud means forceful.
Si "chanter juste [c'est] chanter le desaccord entre soi et le monde, et qu'on y est," (35) et si "la psychana-lyse a tort de vouloir reparer notre silence," (36) c'est parce que le muet, dans sa vacance sans doute, mais parfois dans sa vociferation, dit davantage que la parole articulee.
When we entered the cave it was filled with the clicking sound and the hoarse vociferation of hundreds of birds.
The close repetition of "qua" in "quamuis" and "aqua", mimics the croaking of frogs and inspires, according to Warner (2008), Lucky's "vociferation" at the end of Act One of Godot: "quaqua".
A partir du chapitre VI, l'auteur realise une << taxinomia >> quasi exhaustive des exercices physiques commencant par les exercices solitaires dans la palestre et s'achevant par la chasse et les frictions, en passant par la vociferation et la dispute, l'art du saut, le lancer, la << spheromachie >> (jeux de balle), l'hoplomachie ...
Their little fleet attracted the attention of several parties of the natives, as they proceeded along the coast, who all greeted them in the same words, and in the same tone of vociferation, shouting every where 'Warra, warra, warra' words which, by the gestures that accompanied them, could not be interpreted into invitations to land, or expressions of welcome.
Such outspokenness, if not vociferation, was all too evident with respect to the Tan'gun problem.
Mulcaster does indeed spend some time discussing the care that those who are sick need to take if they pursue his course of "vociferation" exercises, but he discusses their dangers only in relation to the inexperienced and the ill, and contends that "gentle exercising of the voice" is always "wholesome." Although they involve, as Bloom notes, some "straining" of the voice (by which Mulcaster means shifts between different volumes, registers, and timbres), Mulcaster's vocal exercises are designed not to discipline, but to empower.
Je preferais ecouter la longue vociferation de ma mere, mi-roucoulement, mi-hululement qui se fondait d'abord dans le choeur profus, puis le terminait en une vocalise triomphale, en long solo de soprano" (1985c, 144).
In the Methodist meeting house, two large thermometers measure respectively the preacher's "scale of vociferation" and the congregation's level of hysterical response.
SIR - As the Ospreys' game against the Aussies entered its final 10 minutes I was forced to turn down the volume on my TV - no, not the usual suspects (over-excited commentators and pundits), but the piercing and volumetric vociferation of the Liberty Stadium's PA man violating the little cwtch I call home.
The entire vociferation may have been based on a ruse perpetrated by a very smart publicist.
This includes role players having guidelines and exhibiting those characteristics that students should respond to by vociferation or physical actions.
The War Department is full of "small caliber vociferation" ("The Second Generation," 644).
Car, s'il faut percevoir ce groupement humain comme une societe distincte, developpant des references et des strategies particulieres au sein d'un rapport lui-meme particulier au social, cette societe n'existe que par defaut, composee d'instables et ponctuels agregats d'individus plus ou moins isoles dans le silence ou la vociferation de leurs delires ethyliques .