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Synonyms for clamor

sounds or a sound, especially when loud, confused, or disagreeable

offensively loud and insistent utterances, especially of disapproval

a loud, deep, prolonged sound

to speak or say very loudly or with a shout

Synonyms for clamor

a loud harsh or strident noise

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loud and persistent outcry from many people

make loud demands


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utter or proclaim insistently and noisily

compel someone to do something by insistent clamoring

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The first considers the military exercises - that are aimed at containing a war from all directions - as mere media clamor, while the second finds them routine ones.
the Clamor, on December 31st, 1859, went the way of so many local journals" and folded.
And if taken to the extreme, public input can become public clamor - not to be equated with public comment.
But what about this rumpled bed, this nuisance rash across my skin, this cartilage-torn knee, and all the clash and clamor I encounter as I leave this room?
Curses of course have very long roots, but Little finds the two principal sources of liturgical malediction to be the clamor of Roman law, in which someone appealed to a judge for justice--if necessary, by quite literally and quite loudly clamoring to be heard--and the excommunication ritual developed by the early church to deal with those who refused to be corrected and were therefore cut off from the body of the faithful.
Due to public clamor, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas has extended to June 30 the deadline for those who still have in their possession old banknotes launched over two decades ago to exchange their old bills before they ultimately lose value.
Duterte's case is unique because there's a genuine clamor from people asking him to run," Cayetano told the media here in a press conference on Monday, August 17 at the Grand Men Seng Hotel.
El Clamor Publico was a public defender speaking out against unfair administration, the manipulation of juries, corrupt practices, and the prejudiced application of the law.
But the main reason is that, for as much as local government officials like to clamor for federal cash, they're reluctant to spend any of their own on purposes that actually serve the public.
FINDING INNER PEACE AMID THE CLUTTER and clamor of everyday life can be difficult for many of us.
National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration, says he certainly finds it plausible that killer whales would compensate for underwater clamor.
Broder quotes Harold Meyerson from the LA Weekly: "Proposition 226 neither arose from nor was rooted in a public clamor to do something about a social problem.
Due to public clamor, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) will ask theater owners to extend the screening of entries to the Metro Manila Film Fest (MMFF) up to Jan.
Most of the academic literature on El Clamor Publico has pointed out the role of the newspaper as a defender of the rights of Mexicans in a particularly violent era during California history.
The result is a plan that will transform the area into a place where future generations will clamor to live, work, invest, and visit.