clamor

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1 clamor (US) noun
or British clamour /ˈklæmɚ/
1 clamor (US)
noun
or British clamour /ˈklæmɚ/
Learner's definition of CLAMOR
: a loud continuous noise (such as the noise made when many people are talking or shouting)
[singular]
[noncount]
: a loud or strong demand for something by many people
[singular]
[noncount]
2 clamor (US) verb
or British clamour /ˈklæmɚ/
clamors; clamored; clamoring
2 clamor (US)
verb
or British clamour /ˈklæmɚ/
clamors; clamored; clamoring
Learner's definition of CLAMOR
[no object]
always followed by an adverb or preposition : to be loud and noisy
: to ask for or demand something in a loud way
usually + for

— clamorous

/ˈklæmrəs/ adjective [more clamorous; most clamorous]
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