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clamour

noun [no plural] UK ( US clamor)
 
 
/ˈklæmər/
DEMAND a demand for something, or a complaint about something that is made by a lot of people: the public's clamour for organic foodComplaining
NOISE a loud, continuous noise made by people talking or shouting: We heard the clamour of voices in the street outside.Noise and noisy
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