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clamor
used in Lord of the Flies

10 uses
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Definition
loud noise and/or persistent demands — especially from human voice
  • Jack started to protest but the clamor changed from the general wish for a chief to an election by acclaim of Ralph himself.
    p. 22.6
clamor = loud noise and demands
  • The conch was silent, a gleaming tusk; Ralph's face was dark with breathlessness and the air over the island was full of bird-clamor and echoes ringing.
    p. 17.7
  • clamor = loud noise
  • At once there was a clamor.
    p. 34.9
  • clamor = loud noise and/or persistent demands
  • Jack clamored among them, the conch forgotten.
    p. 38.2
  • clamored = made noise and/or persistent demands
  • Tall trunks bore unexpected pale flowers all the way up to the dark canopy where life went on clamorously.
    p. 56.6
  • clamorously = noisily
  • Clamor rose at once.
    p. 80.1
  • clamor = loud noise and/or persistent demands
  • The clamor broke out.
    p. 108.2
  • clamor = loud noise and/or persistent demands
  • Between the flashes of lightning the air was dark and terrible; and the boys followed him, clamorously.
    p. 151.8
  • clamorously = in a noisy manner
  • A great clamor rose among the savages.
    p. 180.4
  • clamor = loud noise and/or persistent demands
  • Again the clamor and again—"Zup!"
    p. 180.5
clamor = loud noise and/or persistent demands
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