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  • adverb Archaic spelling of clamorously.

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Examples

  • The market women now approached, and were most clamourously hailed, before their own loud discourse, and the singing and whistling of the boy, permitted their hearing the appeal.

    Camilla

  • Several young Jewesses now clamourously demanded their release.

    Travels in Morocco

  • The cries of the Ghamese who were crowding the exits cut off abruptly for a few seconds, only to break out more clamourously and more panicked than before.

    Division 3

  • So they guessed and guessed, but, becoming no wiser, they clamourously called on him to tell.

    Yr Ynys Unyg The Lonely Island

  • Dr Reid disclaimed the representative theory, but he embraced its premises, and thus he virtually ratified the conclusions of the very system which he clamourously denounced.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 62, No. 382, October 1847

  • And for a moment Jimmie Dale did not stir -- only into the dark eyes shining through the mask there came a startled gleam, and through the heavy, palpitating silence the quick, sudden intake of his breath sounded clamourously loud.

    The Further Adventures of Jimmie Dale

  • Where equality of rank is affectedly acknowledged by the rich, and clamourously claimed by the poor, distinction and preeminence are allowed to the clergy only.

    Domestic Manners of the Americans

  • For if they did not think thus, how loudly and clamourously would David and those who speak such words, have been cried out upon; and perhaps be charged with being fanatics and enthusiasts, as much as any in our days!

    The Whole Works of the Rev. John Howe, M.A. with a Memoir of the Author. Vol. VI.

  • The market women now approached, and were most clamourously hailed, before their own loud discourse, and the singing and whistling of the boy, permitted their hearing the appeal.

    Camilla: or, A Picture of Youth

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