Definition of clamorous
1 : marked by confused din or outcry : tumultuous clamorous city streets
2 : noisily insistent clamorous demands
Examples of clamorous in a Sentence
a clamorous objection to the play that the students have chosen to put on this year
a clamorous kindergarten classroom that would try the patience of any sane adult
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Hello, Dolly! is the evening's closest thing to a lock for that honor, and only the most clamorous of upsets would deny its star Bette Midler the award for lead actress in a musical.
Diana was more aggressive, the clamorous defender of quietism.
In front of a clamorous home crowd, the Bucks pulled ahead early, and their lead ballooned to as much as thirty-two points in the first half.
The animal activist has also reportedly campaigned against other Swiss practices, including hunting, pig races, and the ringing of clamorous church bells.
The government has pushed the clamorous profusion of flower vendors off the sidewalks around the city’s famous flower market.
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