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clamorous

clamorous

adjective clam·or·ous \ˈklam-rəs, ˈkla-mər-əs\

Definition of CLAMOROUS

1
:  marked by confused din or outcry :  tumultuous
2
:  noisily insistent
clam·or·ous·ly adverb
clam·or·ous·ness noun

Examples of CLAMOROUS

  1. <a clamorous objection to the play that the students have chosen to put on this year>
  2. <a clamorous kindergarten classroom that would try the patience of any sane adult>

First Known Use of CLAMOROUS

15th century

Rhymes with CLAMOROUS

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