Definition of Clamouring

1. Noun. Loud and persistent outcry from many people. "He ignored the clamor of the crowd"

Exact synonyms: Clamor, Clamoring, Clamour, Hue And Cry
Generic synonyms: Call, Cry, Outcry, Shout, Vociferation, Yell
Derivative terms: Clamor, Clamorous, Clamor, Clamor, Clamour, Clamour



Definition of Clamouring

1. Verb. (present participle of clamour) ¹

2. Noun. A sound that clamours. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Clamouring

1. clamour [v] - See also: clamour

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Clamouring

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clamorers
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clamorous
clamorously
clamorousness
clamorousnesses
clamors
clamour
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clamourer
clamourers
clamourest
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clamouring (current term)
clamourings
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clamourousness
clamours
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clamoxyquine
clamp
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clamp down
clamp down on
clamp forceps
clamp stand

Literary usage of Clamouring

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1. History of the Reformed Religion in France by Edward Smedley (1834)
"... by clamouring through the streets that those assemblies were the main cause of the national distress, was promptly suppressed by the magistrates. ..."

2. Seventeen Trips Through Somaliland and a Visit to Abyssinia: With by Harald G. C. Swayne (1903)
"... new hartebeest—Death of a leopard—Hargeisa—Natives clamouring for British protection against Abyssinia—Bold behaviour of a leopard— Advance to the Marar ..."

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