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Verb: clamour  kla-mu(r)
Usage: Brit, Cdn (US: clamor)
  1. Make loud demands
    "he clamoured for justice and tolerance";
    - clamor [US]
  2. Utter or proclaim insistently and noisily
    "The delegates clamoured their disappointment";
    - clamor [US]
  3. Compel someone to do something by insistent clamouring
    "They clamoured the mayor into building a new park";
    - clamor [US]
Noun: clamour  kla-mu(r)
Usage: Brit, Cdn (US: clamor)
  1. A loud harsh or strident noise
    - blare, blaring, cacophony, clamor [US], din
  2. Loud and persistent outcry from many people
    "he ignored the clamour of the crowd";
    - clamor [US], clamoring [US], clamouring [Brit, Cdn], hue and cry

Derived forms: clamours, clamoured, clamouring

Type of: call, compel, cry, demand, express, give tongue to, noise, obligate, oblige, outcry, shout, utter, verbalise [Brit], verbalize, vociferation, yell