clamour

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Synonyms for clamour

Synonyms for clamour

loud and persistent outcry from many people

utter or proclaim insistently and noisily

make loud demands

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Hundreds of canoes lay twenty deep along both sides of the Arangi, and each boy, with his box and bell, was clamoured for by scores of relatives and friends.
It occurred in a sailors' dance-hall on Pacific Street, and all dancing stopped while the sailors clamoured for more of the singing dog.
The words of his song were like fire in us, and we clamoured to be led against the Meat-Eaters.
But he resolutely held the door of his tepee, inside which he had placed the culprit, and refused to permit the vengeance for which his tribespeople clamoured.
We have come to tea with our cousin, and we'll be as good as gold if you'll let us stay, auntie," clamoured the boys, who not only approved of "our cousin" but had no mind to lose their tea, for Aunt Plenty's name but feebly expressed her bountiful nature.
Ten thousand tons of outfit lay heaped and scattered, and twice ten thousand men struggled with it and clamoured about it.
He lifted his arms, he wondered, he could not believe, he could not understand, he clamoured in his own tongue
They all clamoured, as we entered, to the assistant-master, who accompanied us, 'Look at me, Mr.