Hi, fellas! How was your day? Anyway, it’s only few days away to Eid al-Fitr. Are you guys doing mudik this year? :)

Tonight is a #WOTD time! Today’s word is VOCIFEROUS. Are you familiar with the word, fellas? Stay tuned! 😊

Vociferous [voh-sif-er-uh s] is an adjective derived from Latin word vociferārī meaning “to shout,” and “vox,” which means “voice.” #WOTD

The word vociferous is entered English in the early 1600s. #WOTD

According to merriam-webster, vociferous means expressing feelings or opinions in a very loud or forceful way. #WOTD

To be vociferous means to be strongly and vocally in support of something. You can’t act vociferously if you’re silent. #WOTD

Here are some examples of  vociferous in sentences:

Martin Luther King vociferously worked for civil rights.

The decision was made over their vociferous objections.

The Jak Mania vociferously supports Persija in Indonesia Soccer League.




Compiled and written by @AnienditaR at @EnglishTips4u on July 2, 2016

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