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  • n  someone who communicates vocally in a very loud voice

  • Rothmuller was a sympathetic character as the cloddish, hallucinated soldier, but vocally he turned out to be a bellower.
  • His Castro is a bellower whose gaping mouth reveals a hammer-and-sickle tongue.
  • Now another bellower cupped his hands, vociferated: "Long cheer for Pound!" A tense arm ticked off three hips; through the bleak air, refracted by the wall of Langdell Hall .

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