Definitions

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  • noun One who clamours.

Etymologies

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clamour +‎ -er

Examples

  • Harrigan, who controlled the General Fuel Company, and had made the remark: "I am a great clamourer for dividends!"

    King Coal : a Novel

  • Will it not be a wonderful sight in that near future to watch that woman judge of the Supreme Court, in the midst of some learned tangle of inter-state argument, turn aside for a moment, in response to a plaintive cry, and, unfastening her bodice, give the little clamourer the silver solace it demands!

    Vanishing Roads and Other Essays

  • A very few strokes of the brazen-tongued clamourer had been enough to wake the whole castle.

    St. George and St. Michael

  • A very few strokes of the brazen-tongued clamourer had been enough to wake the whole castle.

    St. George and St. Michael Volume II

  • He did not even hear the little clamourer on his knee.

    Agatha's Husband A Novel

  • If he declined to take a side himself, men of all parties resorted to him in their adversity; and the man who befriended the younger Marius in his exile, protected the widow of Antony, gave shelter on his estates to the victims of the triumvirate's proscription, and was always ready to offer his friend Cicero both his house and his purse whenever the political horizon clouded round him, -- this man was surely as good a citizen as the noisiest clamourer for "liberty" in the Forum, or the readiest hand with the dagger.

    Cicero Ancient Classics for English Readers

  • He being near me when I was caught by the neck between the folding doors, and observing one Peche, -- [Joly calls him "The great clamourer of the Prince."

    Court Memoirs of France Series — Complete

  • He being near me when I was caught by the neck between the folding doors, and observing one Peche, -- [Joly calls him "The great clamourer of the Prince."

    The Memoirs of Cardinal de Retz — Complete [Historic court memoirs]

  • He being near me when I was caught by the neck between the folding doors, and observing one Peche, -- [Joly calls him "The great clamourer of the Prince."

    The Memoirs of Cardinal de Retz — Volume 3 [Historic court memoirs]

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