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clamor
used in The Great Gatsby

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Definition
loud noise and/or persistent demands — especially from human voice
  • Tom talked incessantly, exulting and laughing, but his voice was as remote from Jordan and me as the foreign clamor on the sidewalk or the tumult of the elevated overhead.
    p. 135.7
  • At first I couldn't find the source of the high, groaning words that echoed clamorously through the bare garage — then I saw Wilson standing on the raised threshold of his office, swaying back and forth and holding to the doorposts with both hands.
    p. 138.7

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