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    clamor - Dictionary definition and meaning for word clamor

    (noun) a loud harsh or strident noise
    Synonyms : blare , blaring , cacophony , din
    (noun) loud and persistent outcry from many people
    Example Sentence
    • he ignored the clamor of the crowd
    (verb) make loud demands
    Synonyms : clamour
    Example Sentence
    • he clamored for justice and tolerance
    (verb) utter or proclaim insistently and noisily
    Synonyms : clamour
    Example Sentence
    • The delegates clamored their disappointment
    (verb) compel someone to do something by insistent clamoring
    Example Sentence
    • They clamored the mayor into building a new park
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for clamor

CLAMOR rhymes wit glamourous....whenever de crowd sees a glamour girl they become NOISY

CLAIM+MORE: So when you claim for more or demand more there is a loud noise or complain

clamor sounds a little lik hammer.. hammer makes a lot of noise

sounds like "claim"...means to demend something forcefully and in anger////clamoured

it sound like CRY more (to cry out)....noise.... when ppl see celebs they cry out loud....

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the word rhymes with hammer...so wen u hit with hammer,u get to hear sound,noise

Clamor exactly sounds like claymore(mine), when claymore detonates it creates a loud noise. When people clamor they create a loud noise

The restaurant patrons CLAMORED for CLAM chowder.

clamorous sounds like amorous where a person has a lot of sexual desires similarly for clamorous he has a strong urge or demand

he clammed against her..clammed = banged with a loud noise

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