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  1. clam·or
    IPA[ˈklamər]
  2. noun

    verb

    • 1. (of a group of people) shout loudly and insistently:

      the surging crowds clamored for attention
      Synonym : yell, shout loudly, bay, scream, shriek, roar
    • 2. make a vehement protest or demand:

      scientists are clamoring for a ban on all chlorine substances
      Synonym : demand, call, bay, press, push, lobby
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: clamour

    • v.: verb: clamour, 3rd person present: clamours, gerund or present participle: clamouring, past tense: clamoured, past participle: clamoured

    • noun

      a loud and confused noise, especially that of people shouting:

      a strongly expressed protest or demand from a large number of people:

    • verb

      (of a group of people) shout loudly and insistently:

      make a vehement protest or demand:

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