Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of clamourer.

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Examples

  • There is probably not one of these clamourers for recognition who could define the limits of the State to be recognized ....

    Great Britain and the American Civil War

  • She had smiled and nodded, as though in this question she welcomed an old friend, but instead of answering it she turned to the opposite side and looked out over the clamourers on the left.

    The Convert

  • She had smiled and nodded, as though in this question she welcomed an old friend, but instead of answering it she turned to the opposite side and looked out over the clamourers on the left.

    The Convert

  • "No horseman can afford to be always at a gallop" was the figure with which he met the clamourers of the Customs Parliament.

    Camps, Quarters, and Casual Places

  • The clamourers who designated the inquiry as a concession to outsiders seemed almost to dictate to the Commission not to recommend anything that "savours of a surrender to the coolies". (

    Chapter IX

  • So ardent for liberty themselves, such loud-mouthed clamourers to the world for justice to their country -- yet how they sell themselves for a paltry wage to butcher women and children "-- then he stopped suddenly.

    Rodman The Boatsteerer And Other Stories 1898

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