clamor definition

  • noun:
    • A loud outcry; a hubbub.
    • A vehement expression of discontent or protest: a clamor inside hit for pollution control.
    • A loud sustained noise. See Synonyms at sound.
    • a good outcry or vociferation; loud and continued shouting or exclamation.
    • Any noisy and continued noise.
    • A continued community appearance, frequently of dissatisfaction or discontent; a well known outcry.
    • A loud outcry; a hubbub.
    • A vehement appearance of discontent or protest: a clamor within the hit for pollution control.
    • A loud sustained sound. See Synonyms at sound.
    • a good outcry or vociferation; noisy and carried on screaming or exclamation from many individuals.
    • Any loud and continued noise.
    • A continued expression of dissatisfaction or discontent; a popular outcry.
    • outstanding outcry or vociferation; loud and continued shouting or exclamation.
    • Any noisy and continued sound.
    • A continued community expression, frequently of dissatisfaction or discontent; a well known outcry.
    • a fantastic outcry; vociferation; exclamation made by a loud vocals proceeded or repeated, or by numerous sounds.
    • Any loud and continued noise.
    • Figuratively, loud complaint or immediate demand; an expression of strong dissatisfaction or need.
    • Synonyms Hubbub, uproar, noise, din, ado.
    • an excellent outcry or vociferation; loud and continued screaming or exclamation from many people.
    • Any loud and continued sound.
    • A continued appearance of dissatisfaction or discontent; a favorite outcry.
    • a loud harsh or strident noise
    • loud and persistent outcry from many people
    • an excellent outcry; vociferation; exclamation produced by a loud sound continued or repeated, or by a multitude of sounds.
    • Any noisy and continued noise.
    • Figuratively, loud complaint or urgent demand; a manifestation of strong dissatisfaction or desire.
    • Synonyms Hubbub, uproar, noise, din, ado.
    • a loud harsh or strident noise
    • loud and persistent outcry from many individuals
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to create a loud sustained sound or outcry.
    • which will make insistent demands or grievances: clamored for taxation reforms.
    • In order to make a loud sustained sound or outcry.
    • to help make insistent needs or complaints: clamored for taxation reforms.
    • To utter noisy noises or outcries; to vociferate; to chat in a loud sound; to grumble; to produce importunate needs.
    • to dispute in a loud vocals.
    • To utter noisy noises or outcries; to vociferate; to talk in a loud vocals; to whine; to make importunate needs.
    • to dispute in a loud vocals.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To exclaim insistently and noisily: The associates clamored their particular disapproval.
    • To affect or force by clamoring: clamored the mayor into resigning.
    • To exclaim insistently and noisily: The associates clamored their disapproval.
    • To affect or force by clamoring: clamored the gran into resigning.
    • To salute loudly.
    • To stun with noise.
    • To utter loudly or continuously; to shout.
    • To salute loudly.
    • To stun with sound.
    • To utter loudly or over and over; to shout.
  • verb:
    • To cry out and/or need.
    • To need by outcry.
    • to be noisy insistently.
    • To affect by outcry.
    • (transitive) To silence.
    • To cry down and/or need.
    • To demand by outcry.
    • to be noisy insistently.
    • To influence by outcry.
    • (transitive) To silence.
    • make loud demands
    • total or proclaim insistently and noisily
    • compel you to definitely do something by insistent clamoring
    • make loud needs
    • utter or proclaim insistently and noisily
    • compel anyone to make a move by insistent clamoring
  • others:
    • To utter in a loud voice; shout.
    • In order to make a great noise with; cause to appear loudly or tumultuously: found in an inverted sense within the following passage.
    • To stun with noise; salute with noise.
    • To utter loud noises or outcries; vociferate.
    • In order to make importunate grievances or needs: since, to clamor for admittance.
    • To utter in a loud voice; shout.
    • which will make an excellent sound with; cause to appear loudly or tumultuously: found in an inverted feeling within the following passageway.
    • To stun with sound; salute with sound.
    • To utter loud noises or outcries; vociferate.
    • to create importunate complaints or demands: since, to clamor for admittance.

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