clamour Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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clamourverb [I]

UK (US clamor) uk   /ˈklæm.ər/  us   //
to make a ​loudcomplaint or ​demand: The ​children were all clamouring forattention. [+ to infinitive] She clamours to go ​home as ​soon as she gets to ​school.

clamournoun [S or U]

UK (US clamor) uk   /ˈklæm.ər/  us   //
a ​loudcomplaint about something or a ​demand for something: After the ​bombing, there was apublic clamour forvengeance. formal loudnoise, ​especially made by people's ​voices: the clamour of the ​city a clamour ofvoices
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