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- v. Present participle of clamor.
- n. A sound that clamors.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. loud and persistent outcry from many people
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The type - writer people were again clamoring for money, insistently pointing out that according to the agreement rent was to be paid strictly in advance.
Christianity; and at Polycarp's martyrdom they joined the heathens in clamoring for his being cast to the lions; and when there was an obstacle to this, for his being burnt alive; and with their own hands they carried logs for the pile. synagogue of Satan -- Only once is the term "synagogue" in the New
Lady in Red and Pure Platinum are now the flagship wines of Kestrel and have allowed the Prosser winery to gain that elusive notice ... a tough thing to do when there are 500 other Washington wine labels clamoring for our attention.
I don't recall clamoring for any such thing, but someone must have been.
Brett Huston , a vice president of human resources at Spectra Logic Corp. of Boulder, Colo., says older employees have been " clamoring " for ways to protect their s avings since the market meltdown of 2008.
She admits that she has spent her life "clamoring" for happiness, and then the poem poses several questions to the reader:
How much real "clamoring" is there out there for charter schools?
He made his way through lots and lots of photographers and reporters who were all kind of clamoring, just a little, you know, chitchat with them.
After we got out of the bus, we were just kind of clamoring to find any kind of protection that we could.
Localities should dedicate the funds. link The Times would have you believe there is a "clamoring" for more hiking and biking trails:
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