Clamour - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈklæmər|  American pronunciation of the word clamour
Brit.  |ˈklamə|  British pronunciation of the word clamour

noun

- loud and persistent outcry from many people (syn: clamor, clamoring, clamouring)

verb

- utter or proclaim insistently and noisily (syn: clamor)
- make loud demands (syn: clamor)

Examples

His family and friends clamoured against the man's wrongful imprisonment.

The people are clamouring for bread.

He shouted over the rising clamour of voices.

Trouillot disregarded the growing public clamour for her resignation.

The audience cheered, clamoring for more.

All his friends were clamouring to know where he'd been.

Children clamored excitedly.

Word forms

verb
I/you/we/they: clamour
he/she/it: clamours
present participle: clamouring
past tense: clamoured
past participle: clamoured
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