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- Must you shout so loudly?
- Are you going to yell at me?
- "Messeigneurs the bourgeois" he shouted with all the force of his lungs to the audience which had not ceased to hoot him "we are going to begin.
- And then what a happiness would it have been could hester prynne have heard her clear bird-like voice mingling with the uproar of other childish voices and have distinguished and unraveled her own darling's tones amid all the entangled outcry of a group of sportive children.
- Stamper! Stop yelling in my ear ja?
- Inevitably a shouting match ensued between us and the bus driver.
- His old woman really beat the drum last night.
- He shouted "quick march!" At the same time suiting the action to the words in sharp military steps.
- And there occurred a great uproar; and some of the scribes of the pharisaic party stood up and began to argue heatedly saying we find nothing wrong with this man; suppose a spirit or an angel has spoken to him?
- Wesaw an obstreperous drunk outside the pub arguing with a policewoman.
- Noisy and insistent; vociferous.
- A noisy flock of tourists came into the building.
- Public opinion has at last become voc al.
- At that instant an angry buzzing began.
- You need only look across the street at those vociferous ruby on rails gurus to know why that platform is so exciting.