Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of clamoring.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Sarah, don't mistake the clamorings of a handful of idiots and/or profiteers as the voice of the nation.

    Palin's PAC forced to correct FEC filing

  • Time after time, they were met with kudos and clamorings for both second helpings and the recipe, and I felt no need to extend my repertoire.

    Upper-Crust Gratins

  • The more the opposition rose against the king, and the more he worried about parliamentary agitation and Puritan clamorings, the greater was his desire simply to step away from it all and retire among the riches of his art collection.

    The Dragon’s Trail

  • The more the opposition rose against the king, and the more he worried about parliamentary agitation and Puritan clamorings, the greater was his desire simply to step away from it all and retire among the riches of his art collection.

    The Dragon’s Trail

  • The more the opposition rose against the king, and the more he worried about parliamentary agitation and Puritan clamorings, the greater was his desire simply to step away from it all and retire among the riches of his art collection.

    The Dragon’s Trail

  • The more the opposition rose against the king, and the more he worried about parliamentary agitation and Puritan clamorings, the greater was his desire simply to step away from it all and retire among the riches of his art collection.

    The Dragon’s Trail

  • Sternly she suppressed unusual clamorings of body and blood.

    The Rowan

  • Meanwhile, it can be stated with some validity that for all of the clamorings and phobias that it generates, money barely exists.

    Skinny Legs and All

  • You do well to hem me in with the hundred thousand bayonets of Western enlightenment, for woe unto you if I leave the dark of my cave and set about in earnest to chase off your clamorings.

    Even Cowgirls Get The Blues

  • No possible motive or combination of motives can be urged upon him which will stand a moment before the infernal clamorings of his appetite.

    Fifteen Years in Hell

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