At home he clamored that his father was a "tightwad."
They were all bouncing, all blond, all pretty, all eager, all musical, and not merely pure but clamorously clean-minded.
He was eager to have Martin invent and clamor about his own Causes and Movements.
Bert came back clamoring that every motor in town must carry a Wheatsylvania pennant.
At the cabin there was a clamor of disembarkation.
Tredgold came into the laboratory, a half-hour later, with much clamor.
He felt that there should be a clamor from this exotic world, but there was only a rebuking stillness, and even Sondelius became dumb, though he had his moment.
Inchcape Jones assured the doubtful Leora that she would nowhere else be so safe; the house was rat-proofed, and the doctor had caught the plague at the pier, had died without ever coming back to this well-beloved bungalow in which he, the professional bachelor, had given the most clamorous parties in St. Hubert.
Holding out his hand he clamored: "Angus, old man, want to congratulate you on getting Sigma Xi.
Ira clenched his fist and scowled, then belched with laughter, slapped Martin distressingly on the back, and clamored, "Brother, you’ve got to do better than that to get Ira’s goat!
So insistent was the thought that for a time he did not realize that Mrs. Novak was clamoring, "She is dead?
When the neighborhood suddenly achieved a real epidemic of diphtheria and Martin shakily preached antitoxin, one-half of them remembered his failure to save Mary Novak and the other half clamored, "Oh, give us a rest!
Tubbs gasped, assaulted his whiskers, did a moment of impressive thinking, and clamored: "Do you mean to say you think you’ve discovered an infectious disease of bacteria, and you haven’t told me about it?