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  • adj. crying out or calling out together

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Examples

  • Add also a passage fromn the treatise Scorpiace (x.: a word to heretics who shunned martyrdom): “Illic constitues et synagogas Judaeorum fontes persecutionum, apud quas apostoli flagella perpessi sunt, et populos nationum cum suo quidem circo, ubi facile conclamant: ‘Usque quo genus tertium?’”

    The Mission and Expansion of Christianity in the First Three Centuries

  • No more the sounds of combat rose; but now a dull, conclamant murmur as of victory and preparation for some ghastly rite.

    Darkness and Dawn

  • Ducendum ad fedes fimulacrum, orandaque diw Numina conclamant.

    P. Virgilii Maronis Opera

  • Tarquinius Crassum nominavit, hominem nobilem, maximis divitiis, summa potentia, alii rem incredibilem rati, pars tametsi verum existimabant, tamen quia in tali tempore [233] tanta vis hominis magis leniunda quam exagitanda videbatur, plerique Crasso ex negotiis privatis obnoxii conclamant indicem falsum esse, deque ea re postulant uti referatur. [

    C. Sallusti Crispi De Bello Catilinario Et Jugurthino

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