adjective con·cla·mant \(ˈ)kän¦klāmənt, -lam-\

Definition of conclamant

  1. :  crying out together the conclamant voices of common sense and decency

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Origin and Etymology of conclamant

Latin conclamant-, conclamans, present participle of conclamare

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to cast off or become cast off

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