Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In a clamorous manner; with loud noise or words.

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  • adverb In a clamorous manner.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adverb in manner that attracts attention

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Examples

  • Then, when hunger made them desire to go on with the repast, finding there was nought upon the table, they called clamorously for the cook.

    The Canterbury Puzzles And Other Curious Problems

  • The first advance of the little army of the elect reawakened their rage; they grasped their arms, and waited but their leader's signal to commence the attack, when the clear tones of Adrian's voice were heard, commanding them to fall back; with confused murmur and hurried retreat, as the wave ebbs clamorously from the sands it lately covered, our friends obeyed.

    III.4

  • Mrs. West rushed through the second verse of the song, bowed breathlessly, and ran down the steps of the stage and back to the refuge of the balcony, while the audience applauded with perfunctory politeness and called clamorously to the musicians to "Let her go!"

    Cinderella And Other Stories

  • The patient, notwithstanding the dreadful ordeal which he has just passed, calls clamorously for his accustomed drink, the cause of all his woes.

    Lectures on the Utility of Temperance Societies. Lecture I. On Intemperance as a National Evil. Lecture II. On Intemperance as a Source of Disease. Lecture III. On Temperance Societies

  • Aber Cuawg, singing 'clamorously' to the sick man: 'there are that hear them that will not hear them again!' the sound of the large wave grating sullenly on the pebbles, --

    Figures of Several Centuries

  • In his pocket was precisely the room - rent for the following week, the advance payment of which was already three days overdue and clamorously demanded by the hard - faced landlady.

    CHAPTER XVII

  • Indian and half breed women gazed stolidly at the strange vehicle, while the children and barking dogs clamorously advertised its progress.

    WHOSE BUSINESS IS TO LIVE

  • The picture painted by Eric Kaufmann of future society divided clamorously between fundamentalist atheists and dogmatically religious groups is not pretty.

    Rory Fitzgerald: Richard Dawkins and Atheist Crimes

  • When the dinner hour arrives, he bangs about as clamorously as possible, crashing the door into the coatrack, simulating a coughing fit on his way out, all to ensure that Eileen across the hall hears him leaving for his supposed dinner plans, although no such plans exist.

    'The Imperfectionists'

  • The picture painted by Eric Kaufmann of future society divided clamorously between fundamentalist atheists and dogmatically religious groups is not pretty.

    Richard Dawkins and Atheist Crimes

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