clamor

Part of speech: verb

To cry out; vociferate.

Part of speech: noun

A loud repeated outery; vociferation; noisy confusion of voices. clamour.

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Usage examples "clamor":

  1. Others joined in the clamor. - "The Eternal Maiden", T. Everett Harré.
  2. She need not have asked, for such a clamor of delight went up that her own words were drowned. - "The Shagganappi", E. Pauline Johnson.
  3. " Fetch the woman," cried the voices, now; and the demand rose to a clamor: " Fetch the woman." - "Gold Seekers of '49", Edwin L. Sabin.