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One entry found for clamor.
Main Entry: clam·or
Pronunciation: primarystressklam-schwar
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English clamor "noisy shouting," from early French clamour (same meaning), derived from Latin clamare "to shout" --related to ACCLAIM, CLAIM
1 a : a noisy shouting b : a loud continuous noise
2 : strong and active protest or demand
- clamor verb
- clam·or·ous /-(schwa-)rschwas/ adjective
- clam·or·ous·ly adverb

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