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clamor
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Babbitt
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  • His wife, his clamoring friends, sought to follow, but he escaped, the girl fleet beside him, and they crouched together on a shadowy hillside.
  • The first white of cherry blossoms flickered down a gully, and robins clamored.
  • In the tender darkness, with the clamor in the house behind them, he resolutely took her hand.
  • Babbitt clamored, "How did you guess it, Chum?
  • A clerical-looking man rose to clamor, "Money talks!
  • V Henry Thompson dashed into the office, clamoring, "George!
  • Babbitt thrilled over the citizen-soldiers, hated the scoundrels who were obstructing the pleasant ways of prosperity, admired Colonel Nixon’s striding contempt for the crowd; and as Captain Clarence Drum, that rather puffing shoe-dealer, came raging by, Babbitt respectfully clamored, "Great work, Captain!

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  • She ignored the clamor of the crowd.
  • Noisy clamor gave way to reasoned dialogue.

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