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  • verb archaic Third-person singular simple present indicative form of clamour.


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  • Maybe it is sweet to sit in a painted gallery and be a queen, but I have very little considered it; only, here is a King that crieth for the peace of God, a people that clamoureth aloud to be led back to the ways of God, a land parched for rain, swept by gales of wind and pestilences, bewailing the lost favour of God, and the Holy Church devastated that standeth between

    Privy Seal His Last Venture

  • Ye care not for vengeance, neither -- for your father's death that goes unpaid, and his poor ghost that clamoureth for justice.

    The Black Arrow


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