Recent Examples of clarion from the Web
But clearly this freedom-of-the-press clarion call is also intended to resonate in the Trump era.
And that means war, Graham suggests: Graham spoke with clarion confidence about the president’s intentions.
After a jury with no Black members acquitted George Zimmerman of murdering Trayvon Martin, activist Alicia Garza took to Facebook to launch her clarion call to protect Black lives.
Thoreau’s experiment was a bit less off-the-grid than his famous book Walden; or, Life in the Woods might imply, but his book became a clarion call for anyone inspired to make their lives a bit simpler in an era before Marie Kondo.
Flake's address was a clarion call to the governing wing of the Republican Party to wake up from the fever of Trumpism.
In his recent column, Bob Marshall openly adopts the clarion call of environmental activists and trial lawyers who have relentlessly sought to shake down energy producers for years.
Liberty, however, was a clarion call always worth answering.
The letter from Bronin, Treasurer Adam Cloud and council President Thomas J. Clarke II view that as a clarion call, not a reason to breathe easy.
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Origin and Etymology of clarion
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
First Known Use of clarion
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